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MR Physics Symposium 2017

MR Physics Symposium Flyer

This one day course, sponsored by the University of Toronto Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship Program (program director Dr. Pejman Maralani), will provide an overview of the basic principles of MRI physics, with a focus on the application of these principles to the practice of clinical neuroradiology.

Course Highlights
• Review the basic principles and fundamentals of MR physics
• Gain further knowledge of more advanced imaging techniques such as MR spectroscopy and diffusion
• Understand common MR artifacts and their causes, and develop strategies to mitigate these artifacts

Target Audience
Clinicians and scientists at various career stages, including residents, fellows and staff from the radiology, physics and engineering departments who want to review the various intricacies of MR physics in neuroradiology.
This one day course, sponsored by the University of Toronto Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship Program (program director Dr. Pejman Maralani), will provide an overview of the basic principles of MRI physics, with a focus on the application of these principles to the practice of clinical neuroradiology.

Faculty
Lecturers include distinguished University of Toronto neuroradiologists and trainees as well as physicists with expertise in the various aspects of MR physics and its clinical application to neuroradiology.

 

Location: 
Location The Hospital for Sick Children 555 University Avenue, Toronto IGT Multimedia Room, Room 2810J, 2nd Floor
Friday, June 16, 2017 (All day)