Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) is the biggest society for cardiac magnetic resonance ressearchers. Like ISMRM, SCMR holds its annual meeting every spring. This year, SCMR's 23rd annual meeting is hold in Orlando, Florida, USA in Feb 2020. Our salerno lab members Matthew Van Houten, Ruixi Zhou and Junyu Wang attended the conference and presented their works.

SMS Slice L1-SPIRiT: auto-calibrated image reconstruction for spiral simultaneous multi-slice first-pass perfusion imaging with 1.25 mm resolution and whole heart coverage at 3T (oral presentation)

bSSFP and GRE based cine imaging using Spiral Acquisition with Respiratory correction and Cardiac Self-gating (SPARCS) at 1.5T (poster)

Single Acquisition of Cine images and T1 Maps using a Free-breathing Respiratory Motion-corrected Spiral Technique at 3T (poster)

Specifically, our clinical fellow Dr. Austin Robinson presented his work Diagnostic Accuracy of High Resolution Stress Myocardial Perfusion and won the Best Moderated e-Poster! Congratulations Austin!

    See moments at Orlando:

    Michael and Junyu attended the first SCMR 5k fun run. Michael, I will beat you next year!

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    Salerno lab fun time:

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    Austin presented his work:

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    Austin and Yang:

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    Salerno lab group lunch:

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    Junyu presented his work:

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    Ruixi presented her work:

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