ISMRM Virtual Meetings

Virtual Meetings

🕗 All virtual meetings begin at 16:00 UTC unless otherwise noted. Registration closes the day before the meeting at 19:00 UTC. Registration is limited to ISMRM & SMRT members unless otherwise noted.

Our Next Virtual Meeting:

MR Spectroscopy Study Group Virtual Meeting:
NMR Biomed Special Issue Experts' Recommendations: Where Consensus Was Reached & Where Dissent Prevailed, Part 2

Dinesh K. Deelchand, Ph.D., Chair, MR Spectroscopy Study Group
Wolfgang Bogner, Ph.D., Secretary, MR Spectroscopy Study Group

Advanced Single Voxel 1H Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Techniques In Humans: Experts' Consensus Recommendations

Gulin Oz, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota, CMRR
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Contribution Of Macromolecules To Brain 1H MR Spectra: Experts' Consensus Recommendations

Cristina Cudalbu, Ph.D.
Lausanne, Switzerland

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy In The Rodent Brain: Experts' Consensus Recommendations

Bernard R. Lanz, Ph.D.
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Lausanne, Switzerland

Minimum Reporting Standards for In Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRSinMRS): Experts' Consensus Recommendations

Alexander P. Lin, Ph.D.
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Boston, MA, USA

Future Virtual Meetings:

High Field Systems & Applications Study Group Virtual Meeting:
20 Years & Counting: What Can pTX Deliver?

Note: This meeting will be 90 minutes.

Benedikt A. Poser, Ph.D., Chair, High Field Study Group
Karin Markenroth Bloch, Ph.D., Vice Chair, High Field Study Group

Universal Pulses – Making Neuro pTX Easy

Vincent Gras, Ph.D.
Gif Sur Yvette, France

Fast AI Assisted SAR Prediction In the Body

Cornelis A.T. van den Berg, Ph.D.
University Medical Center Utrecht
Utrecht, The Netherlands

RF Pulses & pTX for Inner-Volume & Reduced FoV Imaging

Sydney N. Williams, Ph.D.
University of Glasgow
Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Current Issues in Brain Function Study Group Virtual Meeting:
Highly-Sampled Individuals & Well-Sampled Populations: Neuroimaging with Many Sessions or Subjects

Note: This meeting will be 90 minutes.

Molly G. Bright, D.Phil., Vice Chair, Brain Function Study Group

Pros & Cons of Small-N Individual-Specific Precision Imaging

Nico Dosenbach, M.D., Ph.D.
Washington University in St. Louis
Saint Louis, MO, USA

Pros & Cons of Large-N Population Imaging

Stephen M. Smith, D.Phil.
Oxford University FMRIB Centre
Oxford, England, UK

Imaging Neurofluids Study Group Virtual Meeting, Part 1

Imaging Neurofluids Study Group Virtual Meeting, Part 2

MR Safety Study Group Virtual Meeting

MR in Radiation Therapy Study Group Virtual Meeting

Diffusion MR Study Group Virtual Meeting

Check back soon for more meeting announcements!

Looking for past Virtual Meetings or curious what topics have been covered before?

Go to the Virtual Meeting Archive


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The ISMRM is committed to providing opportunities for its members to connect, engage and develop. As an ISMRM member, you have access to:

Study Group Virtual Meetings: A platform for 27 study groups, established to foster interaction among members with a common interest in topical and active areas of MR. Topics for discussion come from the study groups with discussion and debate promoted by expert moderators, with contributions from the virtual audience. Registration is free and open to all ISMRM members, with priority given to members of the respective Study Group.

Journal Club Virtual Meetings: A platform for a dynamic, international, cross-cutting journal club moderated by experts in the field. The papers for discussion come from the Society’s journals with live access to the authors. Discussion and debate are promoted by expert moderators, with contributions from the virtual audience. Registration is free and open to all ISMRM members.