News


2020

CONGRATULATIONS!

Best wishes go out to Bo Zhao on his new position as Assistant Professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Texas at Austin.

 

                                              ISMRM 2020 AWARDS & PRESENTATIONS

Virtual Conference & Exhibition – August 8 – 14, 2020
The group attended the annual conference virtually this year.   #ISMRM2020
Download the list of presentations, posters and awards here.

 

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Kawin Setsompop, PhD for being elected as a Fellow of the ISMRM.

 


2019

2019 Radiology Research Celebration

Clarissa Cooley wins the 2019 “best poster” award at the MGH 2019 Radiology Research Celebration at the Liberty Hotel, Boston.

Nov. 11, 2019

9/27/2019 – C-Span News!

Yesterday Dr. Bruce Tromberg, director of the NIBIB, highlighted our “MR Cap” for point-of-care brain MRI (Daniels et al Magn. Reson. Med. 2019 82(5) p1946) during his testimony before a Congressional Subcommittee.  Go to time: 1:41:17 in the following riveting CSPAN video

 

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Valerie Klein for winning the best abstract award at the 2019 ISMRM Workshop on MR Safety in Utrecht for her work entitled: “Informing MRI safety using coupled electromagnetic and electrophysiological modeling of cardiac stimulation”

 

Finalist for the German Future Prize  

A Colleague and MGH Alumni, Christina Triantafyllou, Ph.D., has become one of the three finalists for the German government’s Future Prize!

Dr. Triantafyllou is a finalist for her excellent research in Ultra-high-field MRI.

 

Portable MRI Scanner

Read about the latest progress on the groups’ portable brain MRI scanner here on AuntMinnie.com.

A recent article in physicsworld about the exciting work being done on the portable, magnetic particle imaging scanner.

 

ISMRM 2019 AWARDS

Congratulations to Mathias Davids for winning the 2019 ISMRM I.I. Rabi Young Investigator Award for his paper on modeling Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS) in MRI.

Congratulations to Fuyixue Wang for being named a finalist in the 2019 I.I. Rabi Young Investigator Award competition of the ISMRM for her work on Echo Planar Time Resolved Imaging (EPTI).

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ISMRM ANNUAL CONFERENCE

The group attended the annual conference in Montreal, Canada this year. May 11-16, 2019.  #ISMRM19

Members presented over 70 abstracts, including 44 oral presentations (Oral Scientific Sessions & Oral Power Pitch Sessions).

Check out the list here.


2018

MR-PIG Summer outing

The group biked from Davis Square to Walden Pond, where they spent the afternoon relaxing, before headed back…riding a total of 36 miles!

August 5, 2018

 

 

#ParisMR18
Faculty and staff attended the Annual ISMRM Conference, June 16-21, 2018. Paris, France

The MRPIGs 2018 ISMRM abstracts are now online. Here is a link to a list of the 90 presentations from the group.

Group authors gave 30 oral presentations and 9 power-pitch presentations.

Congratulations to those who won the “Summa Cum Laude Award” (8 abstracts) and “Magna Cum Laude Award” (10 abstracts)  for highly rated abstracts!

 

Q&A with Kawin Setsompop and Lawrence Wald

“High-Resolution In Vivo Diffusion Imaging of the Human Brain With Generalized Slice Dithered Enhanced Resolution: Simultaneous Multislice (g-Slider-SMS)

Read this paper in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Highlights  – January 29, 2018


2017

 

Q&A with Stephen Cauley and Lawrence Wald

“Autocalibrated WAVE-CAIPI Reconstruction: Joint Optimization of k-Space Trajectory and Parallel Imaging Reconstruction”

Check out this paper in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Highlights  – September 29, 2017

Summertime research for students has kicked off!  We’ve welcomed 8 students to the lab this year.

Students & Faculty across the lab collaborate on existing faculty research and creative projects.

Summer 2017

Invited talks from members of the Magnetic Resonance Physics & Instrumentation Group were presented at the ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting, April 22-27, 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

We are pleased to announce that MR-PIG’s authors were on ~1% of the ISMRM abstracts.  Review the list here