Random Walk Imaging

Diffusion Workshop 2013 at the Ice Hotel

In this workshop, members of the academic community discussed recent advances and challenges in double pulsed field gradient (double-PFG) diffusion MRI.

All invited participants gave a short presentation of their research in the field. Workshop objectives included identifying primary applications for the double-PFG diffusion methodology, discuss the theoretical framework used, disseminate theoretical findings of all invited researchers, as well as finding strategies to shorten the acquisition times in order to make the methodology clinically feasible.

 

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the People behind this:

Dr. Karin Bryskhe

Head of Technology Implementation

karin@rwi.se

+46 (0) 707 522 031

Samo Lasič

Dr. Samo Lasič

Head of Technology Development

samo@rwi.se

+46 (0) 761 421 992

Dr. Filip Szczepankiewicz

Post Doc, Harvard Medical School

Dr. Carl-Fredrik Westin

Director, Laboratory for Mathematics in Imaging and Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School

Dr. Daniel Topgaard

Head of Research and Development,
Professor in Physical Chemistry, Lund University

daniel@rwi.se

Dr. Markus Nilsson

Associate Senior Lecturer at the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Lund University

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