The Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance symposium has released the agenda for its sixth meeting to be held on 26 June in Berlin.
The symposium is designed to provide an overview of state-of-the-art clinical and preclinical ultrahigh-field (UHF) MR, to discuss the clinical relevance of UHF MR, to explore future directions of UHF MR, and to initiate local, regional, national, and international collaboration, according to the conference organizers.
The scientific program is composed of four sessions balancing technical developments and clinical applications, the organizers said. This year the sessions are titled as follows:
- Clinical needs and research promises of UHF MR of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases
- Clinical needs and research promises for UHF MR in neuroscience and related fields
- Translational research: From blue sky explorations en route to clinical applications
- Looking at the horizon
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