SyntheticMR at ISMRM 2018
The abstracts have been returned from ISMRM and we are happy to announce that the use of SyMRI is again the focus of a number of accepted presentations.
Tuesday 19 June:
Marcel will have an oral presentation in ‘Isotropic 3D quantification of R1 and R2 relaxation and proton density in 6 minutes scan time’ during Neuro Acquisition: Seeing the CNS Better on Tuesday June 19 at 8:15 AM.
Suchandrima Banerjee et al. Rapid Synthetic MRI of the whole brain using simultaneous multi-slice technique, Studying the Value of MRI on Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 08:15
From Karolinska, Russell Ouellette will present ‘Rapid estimation of myelin for diagnostic imaging (REMyDI): A clinical and histopathological validation in multiple sclerosis’ on Tuesday 19th at 4:15PM, during the session ‘Myelin Imaging: Form Mice to People’
Maarten Naeyaert from UZ Brussels will present “Automatic Brain Segmentation in a Neonatal Population Using a Multi-Delay Multi-Echo Sequence” at the session Neonatal and Pediatric Neuroimaging on Tuesday 19th at 4:15pm.
Wednesday 20 June:
Gabriel Mangeat from the NeuroPoly Lab, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada will present ‘Machine learning and rapid multi-parametric relaxometry can differentiate demyelinating disorders with high accuracy’, on Wednesday June 20, 4:15 PM during the Machine Learning in Neuroimaging session. This work was done in cooperation with Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.
Thursday 21 June:
A special, 50 minutes session is dedicated to an overview of Synthetic MRI as a means to Go Faster in Clinical Imaging. It will be held on Thursday, June 21, at 7:00 AM by Marcel Warntjes.
Ken Hwang et al. 3D isotropic multi-parameter mapping and synthetic imaging of the brain with 3D-QALAS: comparison with 2D MAGIC, Contrast Mechanisms: Relaxation & More on Thursday 21th. 14:00
Ken Hwang et al. 3D multi-parameter mapping of the breast with Dixon fat-water separation, Parameter Quantification, on Thursday 21th, 14:00
We look forward to seeing you there!