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RECON: Self-Gated Cardiac Perfusion MRI: Edward DiBella

Self-Gated Cardiac Perfusion MRI by Edward DiBella

Thursday Apr. 19, 2:00-2:45pm,
INSCC Large Conference Room

RECON (UCAIR REsearch CONnections) provides a scientific forum for Ph.D.–level exchange of ideas, concepts, and research of broad interest in medical imaging.  Meeting 2-3 times monthly, 30 min. presentations are given by UCAIR faculty, postdocs, collaborators, and late-stage graduate students.  Topics will range broadly across medical imaging and the related sciences, and should include general-interest content that is not modality-specific.  The emphasis is on physics and engineering research, with some translational clinical components; more clinically-oriented presentations can be found at the monthly UCAIR Seminar held at SOM Classroom A/B.  Special-interest topics that delve deeper into a specific modality, problem, or theory will also be occasionally presented. RECON attendees are asked to request special-interest topics that would be appealing to a wide audience.  Everyone with an interest in medical imaging, small animal imaging, image processing, or just science in general is invited to attend (attendance by UCAIR students and trainees is mandatory).  Each RECON will begin with a few minutes of general UCAIR announcements and accolades, etc.; and coffee-&-bagel snacks will be provided.

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