26 Jun 2023

At Skope, our ultimate motivation lies in enabling researchers utilize our products to develop the next generation of MR technology and to advance neuroscience. The ISMRM conference holds a special place in our calendar as it serves as a key conference where we not only connect with the MR community and showcase both our established and brand-new products, but it is also a gathering where we get to learn about the latest research updates from our user community.

 

Below, we present a digest of the contributions presented at ISMRM 2023 in Toronto, Canada.

 

  • Y. Brackenier et al., “Towards rapid and accurate navigators for motion and B0 estimation using QUEEN (QUantitatively-Enhanced parameter Estimation from Navigators),” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 1009.
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  • M. Loecher et al., “Minimizing Background Phase in PC-MRI with the Gradient Impulse Response Function (GIRF) and Gradient Optimized (GrOpt) Velocity Encoding,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 934.
    Dynamic Field Camera™
  • R. Huber et al., “Low spatial-frequency ripple artifacts in layer-fMRI EPI: Identification, cause, and mitigation strategies with Dual-polarity readout,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 1149.
    Dynamic Field Camera™Clip-On Camera™
  • M. Engel et al., “Multiband T-Hex spirals for rapid and SNR-efficient diffusion-weighted MRI,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 542.
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  • A. Scholz et al., “Design of a 64-Channel ex vivo Brain Rx Array Coil with field monitoring and temperature control for DWI at 3T,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 215.
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  • P. Dubovan et al., “High-resolution single-shot spiral diffusion-weighted imaging at 7T using the expanded encoding model and compressed sensing,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 4954.
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  • S. Chu et al., “16-Channel 11.7T Transmit Array with Integrated Field Probes,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 4589.
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  • M. Veldmann et al., “Spiral readout improves in vivo MR axon radius estimation in human white matter,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 5172.
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  • M. Serger et al., “Combining FID navigators with field probe monitoring for improved head motion tracking and prospective correction at 7T,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 1834.
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  • G. Ramos Llorden et al., “On the spatiotemporal phase modulation of odd and even EPI echoes at 300 mT/m diffusion MRI: A field monitoring analysis,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 4421.
    Dynamic Field Camera™
  • L. Mueller et al., “Cardiac DTI with spiral readouts with third order k-space correction but without inner volume excitation,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 3613.
    Dynamic Field Camera™
  • Z. Amor et al., “Impact of B0 field imperfections correction on BOLD sensitivity in 3D-SPARKLING fMRI data,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 2541.
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  • C. Sprang et al., “Workflow and performance measures for integrating magnetic field monitoring with an 8-channel pediatric head coil for 7T MRI,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 5276. Clip-on Camera “Cranberry” Edition
  • X. Wu et al., “Single-shot 2D spiral and echo planar imaging at 7 and 10.5 Tesla with field monitoring and correction,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 1422.
    Clip-on Camera “Cranberry” Edition
  • X. Cao et al., “Rapid mesoscale 3D whole-brain MRF in the Next-Generation 7T brain scanner: challenges and advantages,” ISMRM 2023, Toronto, Canada, program no. 1421.
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