Forschungsschwerpunkt Translationale Neurowissenschaften Mainz


Research group „Neuroradiology”

Our group is responsible for the coordination and maintenance of the MR-systems such as information about risk factors, safety instructions, training of personnel and advice regarding image optimization, detection of artifacts and technical problems as well as radiological assessment of anatomical images of patients and control subjects.

Our research foci are MR- spectroscopy, diffusions tensor imaging (DTI) and functional magnetic resonance imaging

  • for preoperative planning and evaluation of glial tumor treatment
  • to characterize the subtype of benign space-consuming lesions such as  meningiomas
  • to analyze neural networks of the limbic system,
  • development of cerebellum templates,
  • methodical development of analysis models such as noise reduction by employing filters in dynamic perfusion studies
  • optimization of high resolution imaging of temporal arteries in EC-/ IC- bypass surgery and in biopsy planning in case of suspected arteriitis temporalis,
  • detection of traumatic lesions using DTI and susceptibility weighted imaging which cannot be depicted using standard imaging methods

Further information can be found here.

Head of group:

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Marc A. Brockmann


Team members:


Dr. Stephan Boor

Dr. Klaus Brühl

Sascha Moreitz

Dr. Katharina Schoepfer

Dr. Andrei Tropine

Dr. Stephan Waldeck


Physicists & engineers:

Thomas Bauermann

Goran Vucurevic




02. November 2017
NIC meeting
Renee Visser (University Camebridge) presents her work on “Imaging the dynamic nature of emotional memory” in the NIC meeting on Thursday, November 2nd at 12am. ...more
19. October 2017
NIC meeting
Benjamin Meyer (NIC) will present his new study investigating  “The neural networks of instructed fear” in the NIC meeting on Thursday, October 19th at 12 in the seminar room....more
14. September 2017
NIC meeting
Christian Paret (Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim) will give a talk on “Real-time fMRI neurofeedback from the amygdala: Feasibility, clinical application and brain mechanisms” in the NIC meeting on Thursday, September 14th....more