|ISMRM Workshop Series • 15-17 October 2017|
ISMRM Workshop on Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting
Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF) was introduced to the MRI audience at the ISMRM conference in Melbourne (2012) and was published in 2013 in Nature. During the past four years, the technology has generated sufficient interest to have dedicated sessions at the 2016 and 2017 ISMRM Annual Meetings, with presenters from all over the world. Additional MRF presentations were spread throughout the meetings. The technology has the potential to change quantitative magnetic resonance (MR), and potentially MR in general, with implications for how all data are acquired, reconstructed, and processed. The interest in the technique is widespread and touches almost all aspects of our field.
At this workshop we will address the technology and refinements, its strengths and weaknesses, clinical implications, and future directions, which are timely and necessary. In-depth discussions within the community are sure to lead to new developments and fruitful collaborations and emergence of young investigators who may present new and different approaches to the work.
The audience for this workshop spans all of MR science including, but not limited to: MR physics, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering/computer science, clinical radiology, basic and clinical scientists, clinical radiologists, basic and clinical postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and MR technologists.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
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