GLINT researchers presented their findings at the Joint Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology. The conference was held in Paris from June 16-21, 2018. It is the largest meeting dedicated to promoting communication, research, development and applications in the field of magnetic resonance in medicine and biology.
Stefano Casagranda (OM) presented a poster on Principal Process Analysis of dynamic GlucoCEST MRI data. Access the poster content here. In addition, Moritz Zaiss (MPG) showed that 3D CEST MRI of human brain at 9.4T reveals vessel correlation of effect at -1.7 ppm, and Michal Rivlin (TAU) presented on the potential of CEST MRI using glucosamine to report on tumor metabolism.