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The Gordon Research Conference on In Vivo Magnetic Resonance

15 July 2018 to 20 July 2018
Andover, NH
United States

The Gordon Research Conference on In Vivo Magnetic Resonance represents a unique forum in which participants can explore the extraordinary range of in vivo applications in which MR has been brought to bear, bridging fields from physics to chemistry to biology to medicine, and bridging spatiotemporal scales from single atoms to human populations.

The 2018 meeting will focus on emerging trends that promise to transform our field, changing both the day to day use and the underlying value proposition of MR. Sessions will address a) recent developments that challenge longstanding assumptions about the design of MR systems and the acquisition of MR data; b) new modes of extracting information from those data, including a recent revolution in understanding the microstructural origins of MR signals in complex biological tissues, and a burgeoning role for AI in MR; d) new modes of analyzing biological neural networks and visualizing tissue characteristics; and e) initiatives to enhance the clinical value of MR, both for high-efficiency modern medical diagnostics, and for guidance of new modes of therapy.