Date
11 Aug 2021
Location
online event

 

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Discussion points of the webinar:

  • What are some alternative approaches to MR pulse programming that avoid the steep learning curve of traditional (vendor-specific) pulse programming platforms?
  • How can I use Pulseq or TOPPE to implement a custom pulse sequence from scratch?
  • What are some potential benefits of these approaches for multi-site research studies?

by Jon-Fredrik Nielsen, PhD

University of Michigan

Jon-Fredrik Nielsen is an MR physicist in the functional MRI laboratory at University of Michigan, where he develops acquisition methods for both functional and quantitative (e.g., myelin water fraction) MRI. He is the primary developer of TOPPE and associated tools for Pulseq compatibility.