At the 34th Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, GLINT partners presented on their research related to the project. The 2017 congress took place from October 19-21, 2017 in Barcelona, ES.

GLINT Scientific Project Manager Mina Kim (UCL) spoke on GlucoCEST of the Brain in the "State of the Art Brain Imaging" session. Moritz Zaiss (MPG) revisted QUESP and QUEST and presented a more complete theory for quantification of chemical exchange saturation transfer experiments. In addition, Michal Rivlin (TAU) presented her research on CEST MRI of glucosamine.

Posted on Monday 23 October 2017