POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION

MRI of the future

July 17, 17:00 - 18:00 CEST

NH 17-1
17:00
Introduction by the moderator
Ferdia A. Gallagher, Cambridge / UK
NH 17-2
17:05
Is there a future for gadolinium-based contrast agents?
Olivier Clément, Paris / FR
Learning Objectives
1. To discuss the risks of gadolinium-based contrast agents.
2. To learn about the role of targeted gadolinium agents.
3. To learn about new MRI contrast agents.
NH 17-3
17:15
High field MRI: is higher better and is there a limit?
Siegfried Trattnig, Vienna / AT
Learning Objectives
1. To discuss the advantages of high field MRI.
2. To learn about the challenges of using high field imaging.
3. To consider potential clinical roles for high field MRI.
NH 17-4
17:25
Novel MRI contrast methods: CEST, hyperpolarisation
Silvio Aime, Turin / IT
Learning Objectives
1. To present novel methods to generate MRI contrast.
2. To understand the underlying biology.
3. To consider potential clinical applications in the future.
NH 17-5
17:35
Quantitative MRI: fingerprinting and beyond
Vikas Gulani, Ann Arbor, MI / US
Learning Objectives
1. To understand the principles underlying magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF).
2. To learn how the method can be applied clinically.
3. To discuss potential roles of MRF in healthcare.
NH 17-6
17:45
Live Q&A: What are the promising emerging areas in MRI?

Moderators

Presenter

Ferdia A. Gallagher

Cambridge, United Kingdom