Funding Programme: Horizon 2020: Societal Challenges - health, demographic change and well-being

Duration: January 2016 - December 2019

Budget: €6,597,377

Partners:       University of Aberdeen, UK (UNIABDN) - Coordinating partner
                      INSERM (Grenoble), FR
                      CEA (Grenoble), FR
                      CNRS (Grenoble), FR
                      University of Torino, IT (UNITO)
                      University of Warmia and Mazury, PO (UWM)
                      Technical University of Ilmenau, DE (TUIL)
                      Stelar S.r.l., IT (STELAR)
                      International Electric Compny Oy, FI (IECO)                 


Project Objectives

The main objectives of the IDentIFY project are to:

  • Build upon and improve upon existing FFC technology to extend its range of clinical applications
  • Develop the theory of NMR relaxation in tissue at ultra-low fields in order to build models and identify new disease biomarkers
  • Design new image acquisition techniques that exploit the unique diagnostic information offered by FFC-MRI
  • Test FFC-MRI methods on tissue samples from surgery and tissue samples
  • Demonstrate proof-of-principal scans on patients