March Highlights


March Cover Art 

Correction of magnetic field inhomogeneity effects for fast quantitative susceptibility mapping, by Giang‐Chau NgoBerkin BilgicBorjan A. Gagoski, and Bradley P. Sutton

March Editor’s Picks

A circular echo planar sequence for fast volumetric fMRI, by Christoph Rettenmeier Danilo Maziero, Yongxian Qian, and V. Andrew Stenger

Audioslides: coming soon!

Functional tractography of white matter by high angular resolution functional‐correlation imaging (HARFI), by Kurt G. Schilling, Yurui Gao, Muwei Li, Tung‐Lin Wu, Justin Blaber, Bennett A. Landman, Adam W. Anderson, Zhaohua Ding, and John C. Gore

Audioslides: coming soon!

Audioslides for Last Month’s Editor’s Picks:

Ultrafast 3D Bloch–Siegert B‐mapping using variational modeling, by Andreas Lesch, Matthias Schlöegl, Martin Holler, Kristian Bredies, and Rudolf Stollberger


Real‐time cardiovascular MR with spatio‐temporal artifact suppression using deep learning–proof of concept in congenital heart disease, by Andreas Hauptmann, Simon Arridge, Felix Lucka, Vivek Muthurangu, and Jennifer A. Steede


New! The next Editor-in-Chief of MRM has been named

Congratulations to Peter Jezzard, Ph.D., who will start as our next Editor-in-Chief on January 1, 2020! Peter will become the fifth Editor-in-Chief in our journal’s 35-year history. Read more about Peter here.

New! Virtual Issue on Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance

Our Virtual Issues are retrospectively-assembled Tables of Contents with links to previously-published Magn Reson Med articles.

Drs. Niendorf Thoralf (Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine) and Gregory Metzger (University of Minnesota) have assembled a Virtual Issue on the topic of Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance.

This issue features selected MRM papers published on the topic and is available here.

This Virtual Issue coincides with the ISMRM Workshop on ISMRM Workshop on Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance: Technological Advances, Translational Research Promises & Clinical Applications, to be held 31 March – 03 April 2019 in Dubrovnik.

Online Platform Migration to Literatum for our Journal Homepage

Recently our publisher Wiley introduced a new, streamlined appearance for our journal Homepage.  It’s based on a new platform called Literatum. It offers lighter, cleaner design, and features an article-focused layout and increased whitespace to improve legibility. A large amount of content was migrated during the changeover, which has gone relatively smoothly. If you notice a problem, please feel free to email

Mobile Apps

Apps are available for both Apple and Android devices. To download the appropriate app, please search for words like “Wiley” and “MRM” at the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Highlights page 

Be sure to visit our Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Highlights Page and regularly check out the latest interviews and other features. New interviews are posted each month.

We’re accepting YIA submissions for the 2020 ISMRM Annual Meeting in Sydney, Australia

Our ManuscriptCentral/ScholarOne site is open for manuscript submissions in conjunction with the 2020 I.I. Rabi Award to be awarded at the ISMRM Annual Meeting in Montreal. The submission deadline is:  11 September 2019.  For more information about the YIA competition, please visit here.

OnlineOpen 25% Discount for ISMRM Members

Magn Reson Med is very pleased to continue to offer its standard publication option: No page charges, including color pages in print.

Some authors, institutions, or funding agencies however, prefer or require papers to be freely and immediately available for download by anyone, regardless of their subscription status, i.e., Open Access. For those authors, Wiley offers an author-paid publication option called OnlineOpen. This option is only available for accepted papers, so if an author makes this choice it has absolutely no bearing on the peer-review process or any editorial decision.

We are pleased that our publisher is offering ISMRM Members a 25% discount on OnlineOpen fees for their Magn Reson Med papers. The author applying for the discount must be a current ISMRM Member. More information is available by clicking on the OnlineOpen link on the Magn Reson Med homepage.

Full Issue PDFs

Full Issue PDFs are now available for download.  Please follow the link available at the journal home page:

You will be prompted for your ISMRM login information.

Matt A. Bernstein

Editor, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)
Section for Magnetic Resonance Technologists (SMRT)