Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL) has become a mainstream technique to collect quantitative perfusion images since the consensus article in 2015 (Magnetic resonance in medicine, 73(1), 102-116). Since then, innovative ASL developments have been unrelenting, both in terms of technical consideration and clinical translation.
This weekend workshop is intended for the community of users and developers of ASL MRI techniques to network, share new findings, discuss developments & experience, with the intent of mapping out further technical recommendations for clinical translation. Among other topics, we will focus on sharing our experience and learning from each other about the following:
MRI Engineers/Physicists working on the area of arterial spin labeling and perfusion imaging.
Neuroscientists using ASL methods to examine brain function
Clinicians interested in MRI vascular and perfusion imaging
Luis Hernandez-Garcia, PhD, U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Eric Wong, MD, Ph.D, Univ. of California, San Diego, CA, USA
Matthias Guenther, Ph.D., Fraunhofer MEVIS, Bremen, Germany.
Xavier Golay, Ph.D., Univ. College London, London, UK
Danny J.J. Wang, Ph.D., Univ. of Southern California, CA, USA
Matthias van Osch, Leiden Univ. MC, Leiden, Netherlands
Brad MacIntosh, Ph.D., Univ. of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Marion Smits, MD, PhD, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The morning sessions will be started by a set of very exciting and relevant talks, which will be proferred by experts in the field. (Follow this link for a complete list)
Abstract submission will be open until January 10, 2019 at midnight (EST).
To submit an Abstract:
Registration is now open until Feb. 10, 2019. The registration fee for the workshop is $125 USD.
To register, submit your information and credit card payment to the University of Michigan by using this link HERE .
Please enter "ASL 18" for the "invoice number"
Please enter the attendee's name for the "Description".
We have reserved two blocks of rooms in two separate hotels near the venue. Follow this link to make a reservation or obtain lodging and tourism information.
Sponsored by The University of Michigan FMRI Laboratory