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Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Shalom Michaeli

 Shalom Michaeli, Associate Professor ,Department of Radiology,  


 He is working as an Associate Professor for Department of Radiology, Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR), University of Minnesota,USA.His International experience includes various programes and contribution and interests in different countries for diverse fields of study.

Research Interest

My research is focused on relaxations during radiofrequency irradiation and development of non-invasive contrast methods for Magnetic Resonance (MR) imaging and spectroscopy at high magnetic fields (3T and higher). This research effort has resulted in numerous contributions that have fundamentally impacted brain and body research. Rotating frame relaxation methods based on adiabatic pulses were first developed in our laboratory at CMRR in Minnesota. We followed this development with a large body of work (utilizing theoretical modeling and experiments) investigating different relaxation pathways in vivo at different magnetic field strengths. The novel MR contrasts and protocols developed in my group were proven to provide an excellent tool for investigation of neurodegenerative processes in Parkinson’s disease as well as cancer and stroke.