Young-Investigator Awards: Six trainee members will give 20-minute presentations based on a manuscript to JMRI or MRM, competing for the Moore and Rabi awards. Topics include CSF dynamics using phase-contrast, PET/MRI in Osteoarthritis, Left-Ventricular Mechanics using Cine DENSE, Hybrid MRI-ultrasound scannerless imaging, 13C Filtered 1H imaging of PEGylated Biomacromolicules and Free-Breathing volumetric fat/water separation. These presentations are being live-streamed across the world!
MR Value Presentations: This session continues ISMRM Value Initiative, starting with two invited talks on how fast imaging can improve value, and how MR value relates to the broader health system. These are followed by short proffered papers studying high-value MRI. Note there is an upcoming ISMRM Workshop on High-Value MRI Feb 18-20 in Washington DC, USA.
Joint ISMRM-SMRT Forum: Assessing Implant Safety: This interactive session will explore manufacturer device testing for MRI safety, including risks of devices and implications for high-field scanning.
Sunrise Educational Sessions: Rise and Shine! Educational sessions on specialized topics are on everyday this week at 7am.
PI-RADS Yes or No? will give a comprehensive review of the clinical challenges and implications of assessing prostate cancer with PI-RADS, including pros and cons.
White Matter and Connectivity in TBI: Several studies using MRI indicate long term changes in brain structure after sports-related injuries that will fuel further investigation.
Manuscript Reviewing for JMRI: Room 314 18:30 – 19:15: General considerations, single- and double-blind reviews, decision categories, manuscript expectations, and common errors.
In the Resonarium: Employer Panel to guide career development, planning and networking 4:15-5:15pm. See ismrm.org/secret