Meet Instructor Marios Georgiadi
Marios is an Instructor of Neuroimaging, within the Translational Neuroimaging lab of Dr Michael Zeineh.
His research focuses on quantifying (oriented) myelin and iron in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease, using experimental X-ray and MRI approaches. He also studies the effects of contact sports in the brain using advanced MRI methods.
Marios has a Mechanical Engineering degree from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, a MSc in Biomedical Engineering from ETH Zurich, and a PhD in Bone Biomechanics from ETH Zurich (advisor R. Muller), where he developed X-ray scattering methods to investigate bone ultrastructure in 3D. His postdoc experience includes studying brain microstructure using X-rays and MRI in the lab of M. Rudin in ETH Zurich, in the MRI Biophysics group of E. Fieremans and D. Novikov in New York University School of Medicine, and in M. Zeineh's Translational Neuroimaging lab in the Stanford University School of Medicine.