29 Apr 19. ISMRM Award
Congratulations to Lucy and Wajiha for receiving the ‘Magna Cum Laude’ award from the ISMRM for their abstracts.
Edinburgh Imaging are delighted that we had two ISMRM Trainee members, receive the ‘Magna Cum Laude’ award, for their abstracts submitted for ISMRM 2019 Meeting. Both abstracts received a score in the top 15% within a major subject review category.
Lucy Hiscox’s abstract
Lucy Hiscox’s abstract highlighted the research done by the University of Edinburgh, University of Delaware and Dartmouth College, USA, on Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) of the hippocampus has shown promise as an imaging biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Lucy will be presenting an Oral (0627), within the Dementia Session held at 15.45hrs on Tuesday 14 May.
Wajiha Bano’s abstract
Wajiha Bano’s abstract highlights the research carried out by University of Edinburgh researchers, on High resolution Isotropic Whole Brain T2 Mapping with Model-based Super-resolution Reconstruction.
Wajiha will be presenting an Oral (1256), within the Frontiers of Image Reconstruction session held at 16.00hrs on Thursday 16 May.
Wajiha is also part of a research team, who have submitted a digital poster (2992) in the ‘Novel Neuroimaging Methods’ session, highlighting a study showing that it is important to clearly define the correct clinical question that needs to be answered, before the radiological assessment of accelerated 3D gradient echo brain scans for clinical diagnosis.
Congratulations again to Lucy and Wajiha!
Together with their colleagues, they will both be attending the ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, 11-16 May 2019 in Montreal, Canada.