2020 Secret Sessions Survey
The Secret Sessions initiative started at ISMRM 2017 in Honolulu (Hawaii). These sessions are run in a dedicated space at the annual meeting: the “Resonarium”, a comfortable and less formal meeting space in the exhibition hall. Building on previous years’ success, the Secret Sessions will be back at ISMRM 2020 in Sydney!
The real secret is that… these sessions are not secret at all! They’re separate from the main scientific program, and much more informal, explorative and frequently tailored (but not limited) to early-career researchers.
The Secret Sessions give everyone with an idea for an original session the chance to realize it. For early-career researchers, this is a unique opportunity to not only gain experience in organizing a session, but also to meet new people and increase exposure in the ISMRM community.
This year the Secret Sessions initiative is led by Naomi Sakai (University College London, UK), Matteo Mancini (University of Sussex, UK) and Thijs Dhollander (Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Australia).
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