Joint Annual Meeting ISMRM-ESMRMB 2014 10-16 May 2014 Milan, Italy

(no CME credit)
Thursday, 15 May 2014 (13:30-15:30)
Theater: Amber 6
Lounge: Amber 7 & 8

Study Group Committee: Chair, Yi Wang, Ph.D.; Chair-Elect, Peter van Zijl, Ph.D.; Secretary, Jongho Lee, Ph.D.; Secretary-Elect, Masahiro Ida, M.D.; Committee Member, Jaladhar Neelavalli, Ph.D.


Program, Part 1 (Room: Theater, Amber 6)

13:30     Business Meeting & Welcoming New Executive Committee Members
(Voting sheets will be given at the door for scoring presentations, oral & traditional posters, in the poster highlights session. Please take a voting sheet.)
Yi Wang, Ph.D.
Weill Medical College of Cornell University, USA
      Poster Highlights (I) - Oral Presentations  
13:33     Current-Controlled Alternating Steady State Free Precession for
Rapid Conductivity Mapping
Hyunyeol Lee, M.Sc.
Korea University, S. Korea
      Magnetic Susceptibility Anisotropy of the Myocardium Russell M. Dibb, B.Sc.
Duke University, USA
      Experimental Evaluation of In Vivo MREIT Conductivity Image of Human Musculoskeletal Tissues Woo Chul Jeong, M.Sc.
Kyung Hee University, S. Korea
      Decreased Magnetic Susceptibility in Mouse Brains with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Wei Cao, M.Sc.
Tongji Hospital, China
      A Monte Carlo Method for Overcoming the Edge Artifacts in MRI-Based Electrical Conductivity Mapping Li Huang, M.Sc.
University of Bremen, Germany
      The Phase & Magnetization Transfer Characteristics of a Novel Myelin Water Imaging Method (ViSTa) Hyo M. Lee, B.Sc.E.Eng.
University of Pennsylvania, USA
      In Vivo Electrical Conductivity Tensor Images of Human Calf Using DT-MREIT Saurav Zaman K. Sajib, B.Sc.
Kyung Hee University, S. Korea
      A Joint Background Field Removal & Dipole Deconvolution Approach for Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping in the Liver Samir Sharma, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA
14:10     Break & Move to Lounge  

Program, Part 2 (Room: Lounge, Amber 7 & 8)

      Poster Highlights (II) - Traditional Poster Presentations  
14:11      Reference Aided Imaging of Rat Tumor Dielectric Properties at 3.0T Selaka B. Bulumulla, Ph.D.
GE Global Research, USA
      Chemical Shift Optimized Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping (csQSM) Alexey Dimov, M.Sc.
Cornell University, USA
      cr-MREPT Using Multichannel Receive Coil Necip Gurler, M.Sc.
Bilkent University, Turkey
      Monitoring Multiple Sclerosis Lesions Over a Period of Five Years Using MR Frequency Shift Imaging Vanessa Wiggermann, Dipl.-Phys.
UBC MRI Research Center, Canada
      Characterizing Electrical Interactions of Tissue with Time-Varying
Gradient Fields: Simulations & Measurements
Stefano Mandija, M.Sc.
University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
      Repeatability & Reproducibility of Brain Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping Kofi M. Deh, M.Sc.
Weill Cornell Medical College, USA
      Anisotropic Conductivity Tensor Imaging Using a Combination of MREIT & DTI Oh In Kwon, Ph.D.
Konkuk University, S. Korea
      Functional Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping in Comparison with BOLD & PET Pinar S. Özbay, M.Sc.
University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland

Panel Discussion

14:46     Discussion: Focus on Clinical Applications of the Electric & Magnetic Tissue Property Mapping Robert R. Edelman, M.D.
NorthShore University Health System, USA

Masahiro Ida, M.D.
Tokyo Metropolitan Ebara Hospital, Japan

Ulrich Katscher, Ph.D.
Philips Technologie GmbH, Germany

L. Tugan Muftuler, Ph.D.
Medical College of Wisconsin, USA

Karen A. Tong, M.D.
Loma Linda University Medical Center, USA
15:15     Award Session Peter van Zijl, Ph.D.
John Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA
15:30     Adjournment