02.04.2020 | Workshop | München
Since its foundations, the field of in vivo magnetic resonance has progressed from anatomical to physiological, functional and molecular imaging thereby yielding unprecedented nondestructive insights into the human body. Still, innovative novel technologies that enhance sensitivity, exploit fast acquisition schemes or benefit from artificial intelligence approaches continue to arise leading to novel applications such as assessment of perfusion, microstructure, metabolism and connectivity. In this workshop, both experts in the field of in vivo magnetic resonance and junior scientists present research highlights in the field of in vivo magnetic resonance.
Registration until 19.3.2020 via e-mail. Participation is free of charge but limited to 60 persons.