Course leader: Steffen Ringgaard
Graduate school: Faculty of Health
Graduate program: ClinFO
Course fee: 3,360.00 DKK
Max seats: 16
Status: Contact administrator for a late registration
Semester: Spring 2021
Application deadline: 05/04/2021
Start date: 03/05/2021
Administrator: Annette Poulsen
Mandatory preparation before the course
5-6-hours reading: “MRI made easy – an interactive training program”. Can also be found as Ipad/Iphone app or as booklet on: https://radiology.bayer.com/academy-and-training/books/mri-made-easy. Hurd et al. Hyperpolarized 13C Metabolic Imaging Using Dissolution Dynamic Nuclear Polarization. J Magn Reson Imaging 36:1314–1328 (2012). Will be uploaded to Blackboard.
Course changed to online
Due to Covid-19 the course has been changed to online teaching
Title: Magnetic Resonance
is being offered by the Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University, spring 2021.
Criteria for participation: University degree in medicine, dentistry, nursing, or Master’s degree in other fields and/or postgraduate research fellows (PhD students and research-year medical students).
Aim: To familiarize the student with principles of magnetic resonance and the use in biomedical research.
- General overview of the underlying principles in magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy with relevance for applications in biomedical research.
- Outline of magnetic resonance applied in research studies of organ functionality and diseases.
- General overview of hyperpolarized carbon-13 magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy applied in cells, animals and humans.
The course presents basic principles of magnetic resonance spectroscopy, imaging and hyperpolarized MR applied in biomedical research.
Examples illustrate the position of state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy as one of today’s most potential dynamic and functional research methodologies in the cardiovascular system, in neurophysiology and neuropsychology, in the uro-physiology and the musculoskeletal system. Measurements of blood flow, perfusion and fluid diffusion; brain functionality/connectivity, and metabolic flux quantification are explained with reference to cancer and organ diseases following ischemic stroke, diabetes etc.
Instructors: Bodil Ginnerup Pedersen, Christoffer Laustsen, Esben Søvsø Szocska Hansen, Irene Klærke Mikkelsen, Lotte Bonde Bertelsen, Martin Dietz, Steffen Ringgaard, Søren Baarsgaard Hansen, Thomas Hessellund.
Dates and Times: 3, 4, 5, 10 and 11 May 2021 every day from 9.00 to approx. 15.15
Place: Online teaching
Participation in the course is without cost for:
- PhD students, Research Year students and Research Honours Programme students from Aarhus University
- PhD students enrolled at partner universities of the Nordic collaboration
- PhD students from other institutions in the open market agreement for PhD courses
- 03 May 2021 09:00 - 15:15
- 04 May 2021 09:00 - 15:00
- 05 May 2021 09:00 - 15:15
- 10 May 2021 09:00 - 15:15
- 11 May 2021 09:00 - 14:45