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Talk at the Joint Session of the ESR and EFOMP


Mathieu Sarracanie expresses his view on the clinical benefits of low-field MRI.

The event was also covered by AuntMinnieEurope and healthcare-in-europe.com:
High-field versus low-field MRI: Is it time for a rethink?
Niedrigfeld-MRT: Wenn weniger mehr ist

19.03.2021


Our group is growing

New Master student


The AMT Center is happy to welcome a new member: Augustin Moreau from Télécom Physique Strasbourg.
His Master thesis will focus on the inverse algorithms for the reconstruction of MR Elastography data under the supervision of Najat Salameh and Maksym Yushchenko.

22.02.2021


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New PhD student


The AMT Center is happy to welcome a new member: Gabriel Zihlmann has joined our group as a PhD student.
His PhD project will focus on image reconstruction in MR fingerprinting under the supervision of Mathieu Sarracanie.

01.02.2021


Master's thesis defence


Gabriel Zihlmann has successfully defended his Master's thesis, titled "Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting Reconstruction using Methods from Multimedia Retrieval".

19.01.2021


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Extended SNSF Grant


Najat Salameh has been granted an additional 800.000 CHF by the SNSF for her on-going project ”Interventional and susceptibility artefact free MRI". The additional funding covers research for another two years about tackling the challenge of making MRI technology accessible in interventional medicine.

Here it is the abstract of the first funding period: forschdb2.unibas.ch/inf2/rm_projects/object_view.php

18.01.2021


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11th MAGNETOM World Summit

 

The AMT Centre has taken part to the 11th MAGNETOM World Summit organised by Siemens Healthineers.

Najat Salameh and Mathieu Sarracanie have been invited to give a talk in the "Accessible MRI. Serving underserved population" session.

Check it out here:

Accessible MRI – Technological and Economic Challenges

12.11.2020


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ESMRMB 2020 Award

 

Jean-Philippe Deneuville has been awarded the Cum Laude Award for his poster entitled Quantitative MRI performed under dynamic conditions to reveal the biomechanical nature of the Nucleus Pulposus in a fissured intervertebral disc, a proof of concept study presented at the ESMRMB Congress 2020.

07.10.2020




Review Paper

 

Mathieu Sarracanie and Najat Salameh share their view on low field MRI.

Sarracanie M. and Salameh N. (2020)
Low-Field MRI: How Low Can We Go? A Fresh View on an Old Debate.
Front. Phys.
8:172. doi: 10.3389/fphy.2020.00172

12.06.2020


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New Master student


The AMT Center is happy to welcome a new member: Tobias Senft has joined our group as a Master student.
He will carry out his Master thesis on the topic of deep learning applied to low field MR image reconstruction under the supervision of Reina Ayde.

03.08.2020


Our group is growing

New Master student


The AMT Center is happy to welcome a new member: Gabriel Zihlmann has joined our group as a Master student.
He will carry out his Master thesis on the topic of image reconstruction in MR fingerprinting under the supervision of Mathieu Sarracanie.

08.05.2020


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Visiting PhD student


Our group was very glad to have with us for the past four months Davide Cicolari, a PhD student from the University of Pavia. Despite the challenges due to the timing of the Covid-19 situation, Davide did a lot of important work and achieved interesting results in our lab. The whole team wishes him a successful completion of his PhD and hopes to continue collaborating together in the future.

30.06.2020


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Eccellenza Professorial Fellowship


It is our great pleasure to announce that Mathieu Sarracanie has been awarded with a SNSF Eccellenza Professorial Fellopwship  for his project "Acute Stroke MRI Exploiting the Physics of Low-field Regimes".

18.12.2019


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New Postdoc


The AMT Center is happy to welcome a new member: Reina Ayde has joined our group as a Postdoc.

15.11.2019


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New Intern


The AMT Center welcomes Céline Worreth from the University of Strasbourg, for an internship on measurements of magnetic and mechanical properties.

08.04.2019


Our group is growing

New Postdoc


The AMT Center is happy to welcome a new member: Marco Fiorito has joined our group as a Postdoc.

01.04.2019


Gallery of the COST Training school in NMR relaxometry and MR imaging, February 2019

 

The training school organized in February at our Department has been a huge success: 20 international participants, 11 lecturers, intesive courses on the theory and practice of NMR relaxometry, MR engineering, programming, and processing. This workshop could not have taken place without the support of many people and institutions, with a special thank you to all the teachers and the organizers.


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New Master Student


The AMT Center is happy to welcome today a new member. Thomas Quirin, from the University of Strasbourg, is joining us for his Master Thesis on analog electronics for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.

04.02.2019


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Training school on NMR Relaxometry and MR Imaging

13 - 15 February 2019


The AMT Center in partnership with their colleagues from the University of Aberdeen is organizing a training school on NMR Relaxometry and MR Imaging.

This event, supported by the European Cooperation in Science & Technology Network on NMR Relaxometry (COST Action CA15209), will take place at the DBE in Allschwil from the 13th until the 15th of February and will host 24 students from all over Europe.

28.01.2019