Kamil Ugurbil, PhD. Image courtesy of ISMRM.
The meeting will be held at the Max Delbruck Communications Center, and will focus on clinical needs, research promises, and technical solutions.
Ugurbil's talk is called "Progress in Imaging the Human Torso at 10.5 T: Are We There Yet?" and will kick off a scientific session that explores cardiac and body MRI. He will also take part in a panel discussion on the future of ultrahigh field MRI.
To access the full program, go to the event organizers' website. Also, you can follow the meeting on Twitter @BUFF_MRI #UHFsymposium.
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