4–6 Dec 2023
Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences
Europe/Warsaw timezone

Confirmed Speakers

Mitchell Albert

Thunder Bay, Canada

Fluorine-19 Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Lungs using Octafluorocyclobutane

Francesca Baldelli Bombelli

Milan, Italy

Pivotal role of the protein corona on NP cellular uptake for boosting 19F-MRI sensitivity

Susann Boretius

Gottingen, Germany

MRI in the common Marmoset - Bridge on the way from mouse to human.

Jeff W. M. Bulte

Baltimore, USA

Real-Time In Vivo MPI Cytometry

Łukasz Boguszewicz

Gliwice, Poland

1H NMR-based metabolomics in head and neck cancer treatment - whether it may be helpful for a clinical?

Marian Cholewa

Rzeszów, Poland

Application of a deep learning-based analysis in magnetic resonance elastography (MRE)

Cornelius Faber

Munster, Germany

Detecting of inflammatory cell migration using MRI

Ulrich Flögel

Dusseldorf, Germany

Molecular Imaging via 19F MRI

Jochen Franke

Ettlingen, Germany

Magnetic Particle Imaging - one fascinating pillar of Bruker's multimodal life science portfolio

Joanes Grandjean

Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Animal Imagers Unite! Lessons learned from working together and path forward

Verena Hörr 

Bonn, Germany

Cardiac CEST MRI to identify myocardial infarction

Daniel Jirak

Prague, The Czech Republic

Functional X-nuclei Magnetic Resonance (Reactive Oxygen Species Detection)

Piotr Kozłowski

Vancouver, Canada

Modelling inhomogeneous magnetization transfer in myelin and intra-/extra-cellular water in normal and injured rat spinal cords ex vivo

Tomasz Krawczyk

Gliwice, Poland

Design Principles and Potential Applications of Molecular Hydrazone Switches for pH Imaging in 19F MRI

Robbin de Kruijf

Wageningen, The Netherlands

The development and characterisation of an in vivo 19F MRI imaging agent

Harald Möller

Leipzig, Germany

Information on brain tissue microstructure obtained from MRI signal phase

Claudia Oerther

Ettlingen, Germany

Ensuring data quality, reliability, and reproducibility through Quality Assurance Procedures in Preclinical in (PET)/MR

Martin Pichotka

Freiburg, Germany

Photon-counting detectors in pre-clinical & µCT - benefits and challenges

Greg Stanisz

Toronto, Canada

Metabolic MRI: is it useful or confusing?

Astrid Wietelmann

Bad Nauheim, Germany

T1 determination with rapid 2D Gradient Echo Imaging also applicable in cardiac MRI

Anton Windfelder

Giessen, Germany

In vivo monitoring of gut inflammation in the insect larvae of Manduca sexta by 19F magnetic resonance imaging

Peter Vermathen

MR Methods, DIN & DBMR, University & Inselspital Bern, Switzerland

In vivo Potassium MR-Spectroscopy at 7 T. Establishment and first Applications in Human Muscle

Igor Zhukov

Warsaw, Poland

The application of 19F NMR spectroscopy in biomolecular studies as a potent technique for structural analysis of the proteins and protein-protein complexes in solution