Abstracts dedicated Session B-Q MINDED @ ESMRMB 2021
|Abstract number||Name ESR||Title abstract|
|C1.O1||ESR Emanoel Ribeiro Sabidussi||A recurrent inference machine framework to reduce the impact of residual misregistration in quantitative MRI|
|C1.O2||ESR Banafshe Shafieizargar||Accelerated multi-shot diffusion weighted imaging with joint estimation of diffusion and phase parameters|
|C1.O3||ESR Céline Smekens||High-resolution T2* mapping of the knee based on UTE Spiral VIBE MRI|
|C1.O4||ESR Maira Siqueira Pinto||Outcome prediction of mild traumatic brain injury using support vector machine based on longitudinal MR diffusion imaging from CENTER-TBI|
|C1.O5||ESR Vincenzo Anania||Optimal experimental design for the T2-weighted diffusion kurtosis imaging free water elimination model|
|C1.O6||ESR Riwaj Byanju||B0-inhomogeneity correction for accelerated GRASE scans based on the calibration region|
|C1.O7||ESR Michele Nicastro||Rotated or shifted sets of multi-slice MR images for super-resolution reconstruction? – A Bayesian answer|
|C1.O8||ESR Roberto Paolella||Decoding multiple sclerosis EDSS disability scores from MRI using deep learning|
|C1.O9||ESR Dennis Thomas||Water content mapping employing super-resolution reconstruction with acquisitions in three orthogonal orientations|
|C1.O10||ESR Marco Andrea Zampini||EPIFANI for ultrafast B1-corrected T1 and PD mapping|
|C1.O11||ESR Mojtaba Lashgari||Myocardium numerical phantom at micro-scale – application in MRI simulation|
|C1.O12||ESR Shokoufeh Golshani||Towards accelerating cardiac DTI with undersampled 3D spiral acquisitions and a compressed sensing reconstruction based on joint sparsity|
|C1.O13||ESR Seonyeong Shin||Performance comparison of monopolar and bipolar readout gradients for T2* quantification|
|C1.O14||ESR María Postigo Fliquete||Effect of varying DWI b-values on prostate lesion segmentation accuracy and robustness|
Dedicated Session B-Q MINDED @ ESMRMB 2021
The B-Q MINDED ESRs had the opportunity to outreach their work on Thursday, October 7th 2021 at a special session at ESMRMB 2021.
This session was subdivided in 3 subsessions:
- Quantitative mapping and validation.
- AI in qMRI.
- Accelerated MRI.
Each session was preceded by a short invited talk by the following SAB-members.
- Quantitative mapping and validation: Prof. Dr. Paul Tofts (Emeritus Professor Univ. Sussex).
- AI in qMRI: Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Pizurica (Ghent University).
- Accelerated MRI: Prof. Dr. Eduardo Romero (Univ. Nacional de Colombia).
Please find the detailed program via this link.