Marc Dewey’s research group focuses on non-invasive cardiovascular imaging – from experimental research and technical developments over clinical studies to outcomes research including cost-effectiveness and meta-analyses as well as clinical decision support systems.

Our working group receives funding from the German Research Foundation through the Heisenberg Professorship Program. The main scientific vision of Marc Dewey’s Heisenberg Professorship is to span the divide between technical, molecular, and functional aspects of cardiovascular imaging and evidence-based medicine.

We plan to further advance non-invasive cardiovascular imaging in the future by technical developments based on image segmentation, dose optimization, and quantification. For this, the extended collaboration between radiology, cardiology, physics, biology, mathematics and computer science is intended. If you are interested in working with us on these ambitious projects, please do not hesitate to make contact.

A short Curriculum Vitae of Prof. Marc Dewey can be viewed here.

We are involved in the DFG Graduate Program BIOQIC which addresses quantitative imaging of biophysical parameters. Please contact us if you are interested to learn more.