RSL Scientists Honored at JMRI 25 Year Celebration
Three papers published by RSL scientists were featured in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 25 year anniversary celebration at the ISMRM conference. Papers led by Gary Glover and Scott Reeder (now at University of Wisconsin) contributed to the ability to make separate water and fat images in MRI - methods now used daily in clinical practice. The third paper, led by Norbert Pelc, was an important development toward using MRI to measure blood flow, a method now available for routine cardiovascular MRI.
Multipoint dixon technique for water and fat proton and susceptibility imaging
Gary H. Glover, PhD
Water–fat separation with IDEAL gradient-echo imaging
Scott B. Reeder MD, PhD, Charles A. McKenzie PhD, Angel R. Pineda PhD, Huanzhou Yu PhD, Ann Shimakawa MS, Anja C. Brau PhD, Brian A. Hargreaves PhD, Garry E. Gold MD, Jean H. Brittain PhD
Encoding strategies for three-direction phase-contrast MR imaging of flow
Norbert J. Pelc ScD, Matt A. Bernstein PhD, Ann Shimakawa MS, Gary H. Glover PhD