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Slobodan I. Macura, Ph.D., applies nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and NMR microscopy to the study of biological systems.
NMR is a noninvasive method to study morphology, physiology and biochemistry in various disease models. NMR microscopy in research is the equivalent of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in clinical settings. Dr. Macura uses NMR methods to study models of various diseases such as multiple sclerosis, heart failure, polycystic kidney disease and brain tumors. Dr. Macura is also developing new NMR methods to study biological processes.
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