SyntheticMR at the ISMRM
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.
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.
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.
Also 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.
We look forward to seeing you there!