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Konrad Werys


Visiting researcher

My main research interest is image processing in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, currently I am working on improving ShMOLLI T1 mapping technique.

To calculate T1 map a series of images are combined together. Sometimes, for example when patients cannot hold their breath during the study, the images are not perfectly aligned and the data is disqualified from further analysis. My main task is to develop methods to control the quality of the data and perform motion correction to salvage motion corrupted datasets. To develop necessary tools, I am using advanced image processing algorithms including non-rigid image registration. I am also developing an open source library to standardise calculation of T1 between methods and vendors.

In 2016 I defended my PhD thesis 'Cardiac motion analysis method based on cinematographic MRI' at the Warsaw University of Technology.