In general, water proton relaxation in condensed matter can be described by a short T2. After a short introduction to the basics of magnetic resonance, MR sequences will be discussed that circumvent the typical issues related to fast proton signal decay. As these sequences can be rather demanding on the MR hardware, novel adaptations will be shown on how to mitigate acoustic noise problems, and increase spectral SNR.
NeuRA MRI seminar serie: MR Imaging of short-T2 components in biological tissues
28 March 2017 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
NeuRA seminar room, Barker street, Randwick
Contact for inquiries:
Dr Lucette Cysique ( email@example.com) and Dr Lauriane Jugé ( firstname.lastname@example.org)