3rd International Workshop on

MRI Phase Contrast & Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping

Duke University. Durham, NC USA.

Oct.6-8.2014

Steering Committee

  • Chunlei Liu, PhD, Chair
  • Yi Wang, PhD, Former Chair
  • Jürgen Reichenbach, PhD, Former Chair
  • Richard Bowtell, PhD
  • E. Mark Haacke, PhD
  • Peter van Zijl, PhD
  • Karen Tong, MD
  • Jeff H. Duyn, PhD
  • Karin Shmueli, PhD
  • Jongho Lee, PhD
  • Stefan Ropele, PhD
  • Susan Gauthier, MD
  • Robert Edelman, MD

Local Organizers

  • Allen W. Song, PhD
  • G. Allan Johnson, PhD
  • Russell Dibb
  • Luke Xie
  • Rajendra Morey, MD
  • Mustafa R. Bashir, MD

Objectives:

The purpose of the workshop is to provide a forum for researchers and clinicians to exchange latest advances in MR imaging and quantification of magnetic susceptibility. The workshop will feature invited scientific presentations, proffered papers, poster sessions, discussions and educational activities. Participants are expected to gain knowledge that will allow them to use state-of-the-art MRI phase and susceptibility quantification methods, determine the most appropriate interpretation of the results, gain insights of emerging techniques, and enable the development of new applications.

Deadlines:

Abstract deadline: extended to July 1st, 2014
Early registration deadline: September 1st, 2014

Special Session on BRAIN Initiative:

Monday Oct 6, 2014, 4:00pm
Gregory K. Farber, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Technology Development and Coordination
National Institute of Mental Health
For more information see flyer

Young Investigator Awards:

26 young investigator travel awards are expected to be awarded based on the quality of the presented work through an NIH R13 grant. Eligible applicants include trainees (students, post-doctoral fellows, medical residents and fellows) and junior faculty. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities.
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