Organisation: Siemens Healtineers
Position: Vice President Magnetic Resonance, Research & Clinical Translation
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Rebecca Ramb became Global Head of MR Collaboration Management at Siemens Healthineers after several years of active MRI research in academia. She completed her doctorate in Mathematics and MR Physics at the University of Freiburg, Germany, focusing on Parallel and Echo-Planar Imaging as part of Jürgen Hennig’s group. In 2016, she won the Ferdinand-von-Lindemann prize for her work. Rebecca Ramb later worked as a postdoctoral fellow on Compressed Sensing Cardiac MRI together with Dan Sodickson and Ricardo Otazo at the New York University Langone Medical Center, USA. She has gained teaching experience of MR Physics, teaching MR techs as part of EduMed AG, Switzerland, and future MR techs as part of the University Medical Center Freiburg. Rebecca is also a certified choir conductor and organ player. Since working for Siemens Healthineers, Rebecca has spent considerable time looking into how new technologies can better account for biovariabilities in MRI. She has also been part of the launch of two new 1.5T systems that address the daily challenges of clinical routine: 1.5T MAGNETOM Sola and MAGNETOM Altea. When she’s not completely magnetized by MR, she enjoys running, yoga or playing the piano.