HYBRID is a unique opportunity to work together with leading experts of academia and industry towards the full potential of non-invasive clinical imaging
Ivo Rausch, PhD
Ivo Rausch studied Technical Physics at the University of Technology Vienna with a focus on radiation protection and nuclear physics and graduated in 2011. He joined the Division of Nuclear Medicine, Medical University of Vienna as a scientific employee in 2013. During this time he conceptualized and conducted an Austrian survey on quality control and imaging protocols of PET/CT imaging. Ivo then joined the Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering (CMPBMT), where he also wrote his PhD thesis on attenuation corrections in PET/MRI.
Today, he is a post doc researcher in the Quantitative Imaging and Medical Physics group at the CMPBMT. His research interests relate to quantitative hybrid imaging in nuclear medicine with a special focus on PET/MRI and PET/CT. In close collaboration with the Division of Nuclear Medicine, he is engaged in several (clinical) studies as well as in QC-related educational activities.