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Latest news

Proceedings 2016 eBook available

The Proceedings of the XII workshop are available as eBook. Download it from here or from Frontiers.

Proceedings 2018 - first paper accepted

The first paper of the Proceedings 2018 is now provisionally accepted. Check it on the Frontiers site

ISMRM endorsement

Great news from Paris! The ISMRM has decided to endorse our workshop. We welcome ISMRM members, preferential fees granted.

Proceedings 2018 underway

The proceedings are now underway. Please check the info.

Proceedings 2016 complete

The Proceedings of the XII workshop are now published. Check the papers here or on Frontiers. A special topic volume is being printed.

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The XIV workshop of the International School on Magnetic Resonance and Brain Function (ISMRBF), will be held in May 2020 in Erice (Italy) at the premises of the Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture. Workshops of the ISMRBF are biennial events that gather scientists whose research is focused on the crucial intersection between technological advances in MRI and emerging applications in neuroscience.

Indeed, many recent improvements in MRI instrumentation and techniques have been triggered by the increasing demands from a vast community of neuroscientists, which are exploiting MRI as one the most powerful tools for non-invasive investigation of human brain structure and function. Another long lasting topic covered by ISMRBF is the use of multimodal and multiparametric approaches. MRI is intrinsically multiparametric, thanks to the flexibility of the framework for contrast generation, that can be made sensitive to multiple biophysical phenomena. MRI can be also combined with other distinct modalities, such as electrophysiology, optical imaging and PET based molecular imaging. Fusion of information within- and across modalities has shown an excellent potential to complement the strengths and weaknesses of MRI as a stand-alone technique.

 

 

EMFCSC President: Prof. Antonino Zichichi

School Directors: Prof. Bruno Maraviglia and Dr. Federico Giove

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