Mohammad Rahimi Gorji
My research focus is in intraperitoneal drug delivery for peritoneal cancer, and I use different rodent models to study how the treatment variables and the properties of the tumor microenvironment affect drug transport from the peritoneal cavity into the tumor tissue.
I want to join forces and aim to establish a method to use DCE-MRI combined with CFD modeling to estimate tumor IFP, initially in animal models, but I am planning clinical studies as well. DCE-MRI is a relatively novel field and I am now trying to establish the ideal method to extract relevant parameters from the imaging data, among the variety of methods that have been published (Tofts model, Patlak plots, SI curves,…).
Contact & links
- Lab address: Experimental Surgery Lab: C. Heymanslaan 10, ingang 36 - verdieping -1 & Ibitech- biommeda: C. Heymanslaan 10, ingang 36 - verdieping 5
- Leeds University
- Mohammad Rahimi Gorji is interested to receive invitations for presentations or talks