ISMRM 23rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition • 30 May - 05 June 2015 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Study Group Session • Diffusion

Day: Monday, 1 June 2015
Time: 16:30-18:30
Room: Constitution Hall 105
Study Group Committee:
Chair, Christopher P. Hess, M.D., Ph.D.; Chair-Elect, Mara Cercignani, Ph.D.; Program Director, Alan Connelly, Ph.D.;
Program Director-Elect, Tim Dyrby, Ph.D.; Secretary, Alexander Leemans, Ph.D.; Secretary-Elect, Maxime Descoteaux, Ph.D.

16:30 Study Group Business Meeting & Announcements Mara Cercignani, Ph.D.
    Brighton & Sussex Medical School, United Kingdom
16:40 Parallel Poster Session  
  Electronic Poster Finalists  
  A Generative Model of White Matter Axonal Orientations Near the  Michiel Cottaar, Ph.D.
  Cortex University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  Assessing Diffusion Time Effects on Microstructural Compartment  Silvia De Santis, Ph.D.
  Estimates in Human White Matter using 7T dwSTEAM CUBRIC, United Kingdom
  Estimation of Neurite Density from an Isotropic Diffusion Model Brian Hansen, Ph.D.
    CFIN, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark
  Whole-Brain In-Vivo Measurements of the Axonal G-Ratio in a  Siawoosh Mohammadi, Ph.D.
  Group of 19 Healthy Volunteers University Medical Center, Germany
  Detection of Curvature & Microscopic Anisotropy of Neurites at  Jonathan S. Nielsen, B.Sc.
  Short Length Scales Danish Research Center, Denmark
  SLIce Dithered Enhanced Resolution Simultaneous MultiSlice  Kawin Setsompop, Ph.D.
  (SLIDER-SMS) for High Resolution (700 um) Diffusion Imaging of the Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
  Human Brain  
  Traditional Poster Finalists  
  Fast, Whole Brain Radial Diffusion Spectrum Imaging (RDSI) via  Steven H. Baete, Ph.D.
  Simultaneous Multi Slice Excitation New York University School of Medicine, USA
  Megatrack: A Fast & Effective Strategy for Group Comparison &  Flavio Dell'Acqua, Ph.D.
  Supervised Analysis of Large-Scale Tractography Datasets King's College London, United Kingdom
  Why Should Axon Diameter Mapping use Low Frequency OGSE?  Ivana Drobnjak, Ph.D.
  Insight from Simulation University College London, United Kingdom
  Detection of Microstructural Changes of Nigra-Striatum Dopaminergic  Masaaki Hori, M.D., Ph.D. (on behalf of Akira Nishikori, B.Sc.)
  Neurons in Parkinson's Disease using High Resolution DWI Juntendo University, Japan
  Navigated PSF Mapping for Distortion-Free High-Resolution In-Vivo  Myung-Ho In, Ph.D.
  Diffusion Imaging at 7T University Magdeburg, Germany
  A Spatially Constrained Probability Distribution Model of Incoherent  Sila Kurugol, Ph.D.
  Motion (SPIM) in Quantitative Diffusion Weighted MRI Boston Children's Hospital, USA
  Neurite Density Imaging (NDI): Rapid Acquisition & Estimation of the  Björn E. Lampinen, M.Sc.
  Intracellular Volume Fraction Lund University, Sweden
  Optimising Connectivity-Based Fixel Enhancement: A Method for  David Raffelt Ph.D.
  Whole-Brain Statistical Analysis of Diffusion MRI Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health, Australia
  Differential Diffusion Imaging (DDI): A Novel Scheme for Resolving  Yogesh Rathi, Ph.D.
  Small Axon Diameters by a Set of Single PGSE Experiments Harvard Medical School, USA
  Recovering Detailed Intra-Voxel White Matter Structure by Using an  Mariano J. Rivera, Ph.D. (on behalf of Ramon Aranda)
  Adaptive Diffusion Dictionary Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas, Mexico
  ABTIN: ABsolute TIssue Density from NODDI, Focusing on Myelin  Farshid Sepehrband, M.Sc.
  Density Centre for Advanced Imaging, Australia
  Higher-Order Spin-Echo Selection for Reduced FOV Diffusion Imaging  Bertram J. Wilm, Ph.D.
  of the Brainstem at 7T University & ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  Construction of a High Angular Resolution Diffusion MRI Atlas using Fang-Cheng Yeh, M.D., Ph.D.
  the Human Connectome Project Data Carnegie Mellon University, USA
17:30 Tractography Challenge: Results & Discussion Maxime Descoteaux, Ph.D.
    Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
18:15 Awards & Concluding Remarks Tim B. Dyrby, Ph.D.
    Danish Research Centre for MR, Denmark
18:30 Adjournment