8th Berlin high-field MRI symposium set for June

The eighth International Symposium on Ultrahigh Field (UHF) MRI, to be held on 30 June in Berlin, will explore state-of-the-art clinical and preclinical UHF MRI, according to organizers.

Presenters will discuss the clinical relevance of UHF MRI while exploring future directions in the field to foster local, regional, national, and international collaboration. There will also be plenty of time for attendees to exchange ideas, they noted.

The scientific program includes four sessions, balancing technical developments and clinical applications. Speakers include MR technology leaders and clinical experts from around the world, the organizers said. This will be supplemented by a technical exhibition, an open day at the Berlin Ultrahigh Field Facility, and a social event.

The symposium is designed for a broad audience encompassing all experience and expertise levels, including basic scientists, engineers, hardware professionals, translational researchers, clinical scientists, applied scientists, and clinicians.

For more information and to register, contact Dr. Thoralf Neindorf at [email protected].

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