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2020 CME Newsletter

Posted on January 4, 2021

Dear All, As we come to the end of this challenging year we’d like to thank all of the remarkable efforts our community has made. From the speed with which Covid-related research projects and studies started to the change in working practices and the support and resilience shown whilst combating the pandemic. The breadth of…

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Want to join us?

Posted on December 2, 2020

We are currently recruiting for the following role(s): Research Associate in Medical Statistics (Medical Statistician) Closing date 3rd January 2021

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Figure 1: (Top)Enhanced MTR eMTR demonstrating strong white to gray matter contrast. (Bottom) Myelin weighted inverse inhomogeneous MTR showing strong myelin contrast. Reproduced from Ref [2], cropped from original figure.

Silent MRI

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an important step in many clinical pathways, and a crucial resource in brain imaging research. Currently, up to 37% of patients undergoing MRI report moderate to high anxiety levels, with reasons including claustrophobia, loud acoustic noise, and length of scan, while up to 30% of in-patient or emergency MR examinations…

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Multi-Contrast Cardiac Imaging

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Multi-Contrast Cardiac Imaging Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is considered the gold standard for the assessment of cardiac anatomy, left ventricular (LF) function (CINE-MRI), myocardial viability (LGE-MRI), myocardial tissue characterization (T1 and T2 relaxation time mapping) and perfusion (MR-perfusion) due to its excellent soft tissue contrast, high spatial resolution and lack of ionizing radiation according to…

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Launch of MONAI

Posted on December 1, 2020

MONAI Earlier this year the London Medical Imaging & AI Centre for Value Based Healthcare and the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences at King’s College London, in partnership with industry leader NVIDIA, launched the MONAI framework. The development of this open-source toolkit for deep learning in healthcare imaging was supported by CME Software…

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