When: September 26–30, 2022
Where: Center for Image Sciences, UMC Utrecht, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Scope of the course
The aim of this course is to introduce PhD students, post-docs, and other scientists in the principles of modern in vivo MR imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) as applied to living systems in biomedical and biological research. The course will consist of lectures by experts in the field, as well as theoretical and practical exercises and demonstrations.
Program (full program below)
Day 1 – 3: Basic MRI and MRS
- Fundamentals of MRI and MR spectroscopy
- Basic contrast mechanisms and pulse sequences
- Exercises and practicals (including RF coil building workshop with WaveTronica)
Day 4 – 5: Applications and advanced topics
- Diffusion, perfusion, flow
- Ultra-high field
- Cardiovascular MRI
- Multi-parametric MRI in clinical practice
- and more …
Registration is now open
Registration costs are €350 for PhD students and post-docs, and €700 for medical physicists and other participants. Fees cover attendance to the lectures and practicals, as well as lunch and coffee/tea, and the dinner on Wednesday evening. Total number of participants is limited to 24.
Please register here
We anticipate this to be an in-person meeting. The course will NOT be held online in case COVID regulations do not allow an in-person meeting. A full refund of registration costs will then be provided.
Rick Dijkhuizen, PhD
Jeanine Prompers, PhD
Utrecht, the Netherlands
We reserve the right to cancel with too little attendees. If so, a full refund of registration costs will be provided.