Acquisition and processing of cardiovascular MR images in clinical research and clinical practice
Prof. J. Schulz-Menger is a cardiologist by training and active in Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) since 1996. She has a significant interest in imaging inflammatory disease, cardiomyopathies and noninvasive hemodynamics applying CMR. She has a board certification in internal medicine and cardiology followed by board certification dedicated on CMR. Since 2004 she is heading the Working Group Cardiac Magnetic Resonance at Charité Campus Buch. Furthermore, she established the department Non-Invasive Cardiac Imaging in the clinical environment. For research reasons she established a research outpatient department focusing on different kinds of cardiomyopathies.
She owns a University-Professorship in Cardiology “Noninvasive Imaging focused on Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance”. The research of the group is focused on clinical topics including growing interests in MR-physics. That is based on collaboration with MR scientists world wide. A special interest is research at experimental 7Tesla CMR in human.
Dr. Schulz-Menger has a high interest in CMR-teaching and education. She was one of the founder and is the scientific director of the University Training Courses in Berlin. Furthermore, she is a partner of circle-institute, a company dedicated to CMR-courses. Her group was able to establish a CMR-network throughout Germany. The group has published more than 170 peer reviewed articles.
She is an elected member of the faculty council of the Charite. Dr. Schulz-Menger served on the Board oft he ISMRM and was president oft he Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR).
Jeanette Schulz-Menger is originally from Berlin and has an 23y old son. He left home and is studying medicine. She loves theatre, reading books, skiing – and CMR.