Our team will be at the 2015 ISMRM meeting in Toronto

We will present our recent work in many sessions at this year’s ISMRM. Make sure you come say hi!

Title Format Session Day Time
Priti Balchandani High Field Imaging Educational Talk MR Physics & Techniques for Clinicians – Educational Course 4-Jun 17:20
Hadrien Dyvorne Diffusion-Weighted Matched-phase Adiabatic Spin Echo (DW-MASE) Sequence for Ultrahigh Field Brain Diffusion-Weighted Imaging E-poster Diffusion Sequences & Sampling 1-Jun 10:45
Hadrien Dyvorne Improved Abdominal Diffusion Weighted Imaging at 3T using Optimized Shinnar-Le Roux Adiabatic Radiofrequency Pulses Poster Body DWI, Technical Development & Contrast 2-Jun 10:00
Hadrien Dyvorne Slice-selective adiabatic T2 preparation using a modified STABLE pulse Poster RF Pulse Design 3-Jun 16:00
Rebecca Feldman 7T MRSI using Semi-Adiabatic Spectral-spatial Spectroscopic Imaging (SASSI) for improved B1-insensitivity in refocusing and reduced chemical shift artifact E-poster UHF Acquisitions:   Neuro 1-Jun 15:15
Rebecca Feldman 7T Imaging of patients with focal epilepsy who appear non-lesional in diagnostic 1.5T and 3T MRI scans: first results Power-Pitch High Field Applications 4-Jun 10:30
Rafael O’Halloran Correction of Artifacts Caused by Transient Eddy Currents In Simultaneous Multi-Slice dMRI E-poster Diffusion Acquisition 1-Jun 10:45
Rafael O’Halloran Widespread White Matter Integrity Abnormalities in Cocaine Use Disorder Assessed by High Resolution dMRI and Tractography E-poster Addiction, Drug Exposure, Pain, Sleep 2-Jun 10:00
Bei Zhang 7T 22ch Wrap-around Coil Array for Cervical Spinal Cord Imaging Talk RF Coil Arrays 3-Jun 13:30
Bei Zhang Evaluating the SNR performance of using dielectric pads with multiple channel RF coils at 7T Poster
Bei Zhang RF Modeling Educational Talk RF Engineering: Coils – Educational Course 31-May 11:30

Raf’s DW-SSFP paper in early view

In the paper we show how to prospectively correct the motion-induced phase errors in Diffusion-Weighted SSFP using a fast real-time navigation system. The correction covers linear and constant phase terms, basically those arising from rigid-body motion. This is only one piece of the puzzle though; we still need to deal with the pulsing motion of the brain that causes non-linear errors…

You can find the paper on MRM’s website or just grab it from the link below.