Random Walk Imaging
2018.10.23

RWI Representation in London

Our colleague, João Martins presented the theory behind our methods in London on two separate occasions. At the 19th of October he visited the Centre for the Developing Brain and gave a talk on “From physical chemistry to human brain imaging: resolving tissue microstructure with diffusion-relaxation correlation MRI”, and on the 22nd of October at the Developmental Imaging and Biophysics section at University College London he presented “Multidimensional diffusion MRI – a gentle introduction”. We are sure his audience where both amused and intrigued.

João Martins

João Martins, MSc

Technical Specialist

joao@rwi.se

+46 (0) 729 047 246

Other News

SSF Grant to Academic partner Prof. Topgaard

Academic partner Prof. Topgaard receives an Instrument, Technique and Method Development grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) for the project “MRI method for quantifying microscopic heterogeneity” where RWI owns the basic IP for the methods to be developed. Press release can be found here (in swedish).

Visit us at ISMRM 2018

Random Walk Imaging welcome you to our cosy booth 503 at the joint annual meeting ISMRM-ESMRMB 2018 in Paris. Come to hear all about our multidimensional diffusion MRI methods and perhaps create your own piece of scientific artwork.

Best wishes to Prof. Carl-Fredrik Westin!

We extend our warmest congratulations to Carl-Fredrik Westin who was installed as Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School on the 14th of December 2017. It is a great privilege to have Prof. Westin as one of our Academic Partners.