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Insights on the pulse of MR imaging

The Skope Monitor features insights from and interviews with scientists and MR experts.

Photo from a building where you can see inside the windows
26th of September 2018 posted by Christoph Barmet
An insight view on neuroimaging – 11 questions for Martina Callaghan
Working at the Wellcome Trust Center for Human Neuroimaging, Martina Callaghan and her colleagues study higher cognitive function using neuroimaging techniques … > READ MORE
Flower looking like a spiral
10th of August 2018 posted by Christoph Barmet
The art of spirals – 8 questions for Lars Kasper
Working in two different labs, Lars Kasper is not only experienced in the development of MR methods but also in … > READ MORE
28th of June 2018 posted by Christoph Barmet
Computational psychiatry – 8 questions for Klaas Enno Stephan
Applying formal mathematical system models to brain function, Klaas Enno Stephan is shedding light on psychiatric diseases. Christoph posed a … > READ MORE
Dry landscape shot from far above
29th of May 2018 posted by Christoph Barmet
Anatomy and function – 6 questions for Nikolaus Weiskopf
Christoph was given the opportunity to test Nikolaus Weiskopf's diverse knowledge in the field of MRI through 6 questions and … > READ MORE
25th of April 2018 posted by Christoph Barmet
A radiographer’s perspective – 4 questions for Julie Fitzpatrick
Julie Fitzpatrick has been working as a diagnostic radiographer for 24 years and engages in the qualification of imaging centers … > READ MORE
Washington D.C.
9th of March 2018 posted by Akshay Chaudhari
Recap ISMRM-RSNA Workshop on High-Value MRI
Akshay Chaudhari presents his key takeaways from the ISMRM-RSNA Co-Provided Workshop on High-Value MRI, elaborating on the assessment of value … > READ MORE
View out of plane up in the sky
12th of December 2017 posted by David Brunner
At home at higher fields – 9 questions for Benedikt Poser
Benedikt Poser has been working on functional MRI of many flavours and is based in one of the ultra-high-field places … > READ MORE
Staircase representing Cartesian vs. spiral
10th of November 2017 posted by Bertram Wilm
Cartesian vs. spiral in diffusion MRI
Novel MR sequences have been introduced to improve and expand the applications of diffusion MRI in healthcare and neurosciences. In … > READ MORE
27th of September 2017 posted by Christoph Barmet
The stronger the better?
Ultra-high-field MRI has finally found its way into clinical practice. Despite large efforts in the ultra-high-field research, its full potential … > READ MORE

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