Neuroimaging Lab coordinator
Address: Via Alberoni 70, Venice Lido
Dr. Giulio Ferrazzi studied Biomedical engineering (Bachelor and Master) at the University of Padua where he graduated in April 2012.
Giulio undertook a PhD in Biomedical Sciences at King’s College London under the supervision of Prof. Jo Hajnal.
During his PhD, Giulio developed motion tolerant methods to process functional fetal MRI data.
Following successful completion of his PhD in 2015, Giulio undertook a PostDoctorate program developing methods for fetal and neonatal MRI as part of the Developing Human Connectome Project.
In 2017, Giulio moved to the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Berlin, to undertake a PostDoctorate in the field of cardiac MRI at Ultra High Field (7T), developing MRI sequences for myocardial flow quantification with multiband.
Giulio returned to King’s College in 2019 to accelerate cardiac perfusion sequences up to 10 fold.
In April 2020, Giulio joined San Camillo Hospital in (Venice) as the Neuroimaging Lab Coordinator.
Giulio’s primary interest is advancing MRI technology through the development of novel acquisition/reconstruction techniques to reduce total scanning time and to ameliorate the quality and the diagnostic power of the images whilst maintaining patient comfort and safety.
Giulio has extensive experience in the development of MRI sequences with the major MRI vendors.
His work has been focused in fetal, neonatal and cardiac MRI applications at 1.5, 3 and 7 Tesla.
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