Several researchers from the CMR team are presenting their latest work at the upcoming ISMRM Conference 22-27 April 2017.
The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) is a multi-disciplinary nonprofit association that promotes innovation, development, and application of magnetic resonance (MR) techniques in medicine and biology throughout the world. The annual conference provides a bridge between scientific and clinical MR scientific work and promotes the application of emerging technical solutions to healthcare and clinical needs.
Center for Magnetic Resonance conducts research related to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy. In addition, our HYPERMAG Center of Excellence is committed to addressing basic scientific questions of hyperpolarization by providing a theoretical and experimental basis of the magnetic resonance signal and optimal ways of extracting information about the system to enable new vistas in medicine, biology and chemistry.
ISMRM is an important platform to present our work to the research community. From our team, the following people are presenting posters:
Daniel Højrup Johansen: Practical aspects of preamplifier designs for 13C imaging.
Rie Beck Hansen: Improved reconstruction for IDEAL spiral CSI and Characterization and flip angle calibration of13C surface coils for hyperpolarization studies.
Juan Diego Sanchez: Improved Decoupling for 13C Coil Arrays Using Non-Conventional Matching and Preamplifier Impedance.
Abubakr Eldirdiri: Echo Planar Spectroscopic Imaging of Hyperpolarized 13C in a Clinical System with Reduced Chemical Shift Artifacts.
Lars G. Hanson: Day 1 of MRI and NMR education: Interactive visualization of MR basics.
Jan Ole Pedersen: Mary had a little Lamb: Scanner-recorded speech during MRI without gradient-induced sound and Encoding of Inductively Measured k-Space Trajectories in MR Raw Data
Cihan Göksu: Human In-vivo MR Current Density Imaging (MRCDI) Based on Optimized Multi-echo Spin Echo (MESE).