Caroline Guglielmetti, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Research Centers:Biomedical MR Center
Caroline Guglielmetti, PhD, is an assistant professor of radiology and a principal investigator in the Biomedical MR Center, based at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Guglielmetti’s research interests include noninvasive imaging methods to investigate the role of the immune system and glial cells in cerebral disorders. She employs a unique integration of methodologies, PET and hyperpolarized MRS, to tackle important questions in multiple sclerosis models as well as in other neurological disorders that may include Alzheimer’s disease and brain trauma.
Guglielmetti earned a bachelor’s degree in biology/physiology and a master’s degree in neurosciences from the Université of Toulouse III in France. She earned her doctorate degree from Antwerp University in Belgium.
Metabolic imaging, hyperpolarized 13C MRI, PET imaging, neurological disorders, multiple sclerosis
Link to Publications
2023 Neuroscience Preclinical Imaging Subcategory Chair, World Molecular Imaging Society
2021 Junior Fellow, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
2021 Trainee Representative, Hyperpolarization Methods Study Group Committee, ISMRM European Society for Molecular Imaging