Nanostructured Fluorinated Materials as Smart Reporter Agents in 19F MRI
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This research program aims to design, synthesize and characterize new fluorinated nanostructured materials as intelligent reporters in 19F Magnetic Resonance Imaging (19F-MRI). The nanostructured molecular reporter agents, target of this project, will be obtained via the self-assembly in solution of fluorinated molecular building blocks specifically designed to possess optimal magnetic properties. Such nanostructured reporter agents will allow to confine within nanoscale cages (~ 5 nm) fluorinated moieties, thus making them insensitive to environmental changes which could cause a reduced quality of resonance images. Objectives of the project are the understanding and full implementation into real-world applications of the technological potential of self-assembly processes in order to obtain fluorinated nanostructured materials with optimized magnetic properties to be used as smart molecular probes in 19F imaging.
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|Career Stage||Early stage researcher or 0-4 yrs (Post graduate), Experienced researcher or 4-10 yrs (Post-Doc)|
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