Each year, the ISMRM and the SCMR (Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance) hold a joint workshop on a topic in cardiac MRI. This year, it took place Jan 31 – Feb 1, in Barcelona Spain, preceding the CMR 2018 annual meeting.
Organized as a video podcast in collaboration with the ISMRM Reproducible Research Study Group (RRSG), the September 2022 MRM Highlights feature takes the form of a roundtable discussion. Members of the RRSG organizing committee and MRM Highlights team spoke with Laura Bortolotti and Sophie Schauman, organizers of the ISMRM Challenge, about their initiative and reproducible […]
In two previous blog posts, we described the basics of diffusion MRI qualitatively. We have now developed a larger course for MR scientists interested in an introduction to diffusion MRI. Do you think you already know this stuff? Then try the interactive quiz!
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By Mark Mikkelsen This month we speak with Ioannis-Angelos Giapitzakis and Anke Henning about their recent work on using metabolite-cycled MR spectroscopy to simultaneously acquire metabolite and unsuppressed water spectra at ultra-high field. They talk about some of the technical challenges they faced in their study and where they see the field of MRS moving […]
By Mathieu Boudreau and Nadia Blostein This MRM Highlights Pick interview is with Yaël Balbastre and Martina F. Callaghan, researchers at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging at UCL in London. Their paper is entitled “Correcting inter-scan motion artifacts in quantitative R1 mapping at 7T”. Their article was chosen as this month’s Highlights pick because […]
The Future of the ISMRM is Bright Dear Friends and Colleagues, Happy New Year and best wishes to all of you! I hope that 2023 has started well for you and your loved ones, as we put some of the challenges from the past several years behind us. I look forward to new opportunities and […]
Purpose of the study To evaluate the feasibility of ultrafast dynamic contrast‐enhanced magnetic resonance imaging with compressed sensing for the separate identification of breast arteries/veins and perform temporal evaluations of breast arteries and veins with a focus on the association with ipsilateral cancers.
by Karla Miller, Esther Warnert, Udunna Anazodo “There is nothing noble in being superior to some other man. The true nobility is being superior to your previous self.”– W.L. Sheldon Our Society has a well-deserved reputation for innovative and impactful science, but are we doing all we can to nurture and improve our community? Let’s […]
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