Studying the contents of ancient Egyptian conopic jars has value for both Egyptology and biomedical research, but opening them risks destroying the precious… Read more »
Patrick Eppenberger Leads pre-clinical and investigational imaging research of the Paleopathology and Mummy Studies Group of the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine (IEM) of the University of Zurich. He first graduated as an industrial designer from the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) in 2002 and later as a medical doctor from the University of Zurich in 2011 with an MD thesis on magnetic resonance neurography and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). He joined the IEM in 2016 where his scientific focus lies in the field of paleo-imaging and diagnostic visualization research.
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- Medical imaging is lifting the lid on ancient Egyptian canopic jars - 27th June 2018