Gebäude 53, Raum 122
My name is Ali Mahmoud-Pashazadeh, researcher and PhD student of Medical Engineering at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Otto-Von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany. I am working at INKA, chair of catheter technology and image guided procedures and my main responsibility is R&D part of medical imaging systems for minimally invasive surgery and therapy. For timely update about my publications you can visit my Google Scholar page.
Before I joined to the team of INKA, I was working as a research member at the Persian Gulf Nuclear Medicine Research Center in Iran, from 2011 to 2016. My research activates mainly focused on diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine as well as medical imaging.
In 2015, I successfully applied for Zurich Center for Experimental and Clinical Imaging Technologies (EXCITE), and attended at the Zurich Summer School on Multiscale Biomedical Imaging in Switzerland.
I obtained my MSc. of Medical Physics from Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran, in 2011. I also received my BSc. certificate in Physics of solid states and electronics from Tabriz University in 2007.
My research interests are physics of nuclear medicine, image-guided interventions for minimally invasive surgery as well as catheter technologies.
If you are interested to work on the topics of my interest, please feel free to contact me.