dDNP as a method to assess altered cellular metabolism in vitro - PhD defence by Ronja Malinowski

PhD student Ronja Malinowski from Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance will defend her PhD thesis dDNP as a method to assess altered cellular metabolism in vitro on Tuesday 18 December at 14:00.

Supervisors
Professor Jan Ardenkjaer-Larsen, DTU 
Associate Professor Pernille Rose Jensen, DTU
Professor Jens Duus, DTU

Examiners

Professor Patrick Giraudeau, Université de Nantes 
Technical Director Renuka Sriram, University of California San Francisco 
Senior Researcher Magnus Karlsson, DTU (chair)

Chairperson at defence
Senior Researcher Mathilde H. Lerche

Following the PhD defence, Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance will host a reception in Building 349, 1st floor. Everyone is welcome at both defence and reception.

Announcement of the defence can be downloaded here.

Popular summary can be downloaded here.

Ronja Malinowski's research has been generously funded by Innovation Fund Denmark. Please visit http://www.hypermag.dtu.dk/research/phd-projects/ronja-malinowski for more information on her project.

Time

Tue 18 Dec 18
14:00 - 17:00

Organizer

CMR
DNP
DTU Elektro

Where

Technical University of Denmark

Oersteds Plads 341

Auditorium 22

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

 

(reception after defence at Oersteds Plads 349)


http://www.hypermag.dtu.dk/calendar/arrangement?id=4cf1e21e-af63-4323-adb7-44fbc964ffd2
20 JANUARY 2019