The major strength of Magnetic Resonance Imaging is in its versatility and ability to observe a plethora of information on multiple scales, including metabolic information, high-resolution anatomical structures, contrast diversity (relaxation, diffusion, perfusion, CEST etc.), tractography, angiography, brain function and cell tracking. This information enables probing biological function on multiple spatial and temporal scales, from anatomy to tissue abnormalities to cellular breakdown and signalling.
The upcoming Gentner-Minerva Symposium on Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy & Molecular Imaging will bring together world-renown experts from all fields of MRI and will create a conducive atmosphere for scientific discourse, exchange of ideas, and new interactions in the field. The symposium will take place at the Lopatie Lecture Hall at the Weizmann Institute of Science on Feb. 18-20, 2019.