The aim of this 9-day course is to provide PhD students, post-docs and other scientists with a solid background in the principles of modern in vivo NMR imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) as applied to living systems in biomedical and biological research.
The course will consist of lectures by experts in the field, as well as theoretical and practical exercises and demonstrations. Topics to be covered include basic NMR imaging and spectroscopy, advanced MRS, MR contrast mechanisms, diffusion and perfusion MRI, functional MRI, interventional MRI, cellular and molecular MRI, MR data processing and analysis, MR hardware, etc.
Date: April 28-May 8, 2014
Target audience: PhD students, post-docs and other scientists
Program: See course website.