A full-time PostDoc position in MRI of Brain Oxygen Metabolism in brain cancer is available at the School of Psychology of the Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, United Kingdom, under the supervision of Dr. Mike Germuska, in collaboration...
A full-time, 3 year PostDoc position in Metabolic Neuroimaging is available at the School of Physics & Astronomy of the Cardiff University, United Kingdom under the supervision of Dr. Mike Germuska. This post is part of an exciting collaboration...
We welcome Dr. Ruben Nechifor as our new STSM coordinator, and thank our former STSM coordinator Prof. Yelda Ozsunar for her time and expertise.
Welcome to the second GliMR 2.0 COST Action meeting. Dear Members of GliMR, Colleagues and Friends, It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the GliMR Annual Meeting 2021, this year held online from 3rd to 5th February...
On September 30th, GliMR hosted a session during the Annual (Virtual) Scientific Meeting from ESMRMB. Read more about it here!
The PhysImAls & FSL Course team is organising a mini-course on perfusion quantification for ASL. Find more information here!
Congratulations to our Researcher of the Month: Bárbara Abecassis Don’t forget to nominate one of our colleagues for researcher of the month! Bárbara Abecassis Bárbara is member of WG5 and responsible for our social media accounts Twitter and Instagram....
You can actively contribute to the Annual Meeting as panellist, moderator or 'meet & greet' organiser!
The call for abstracts for the annual meeting is open!
The second edition of the GliMR Treasure Hunt will be held on Thursday February 4th, 2021. More information will follow soon.
GliMR is guest editor for the 2022 special issue of MAGMA. The aim of this special issue is to promote research that focuses on advancing MRI to improve glioma imaging diagnostics. Find here the call of papers!
GliMR invites all members for the second annual meeting, held virtually from the 3rd to the 5th of February 2021. Registration to open soon!
GliMR established a new collaboration with The International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) and published an introductory article in their magazine.
GliMR hosted its first webinar in collaboration with Cercare Medical
GliMR Live Stream at ESMRMB 2020
Congratulations to our Researcher of the Month: Jan Petr
List of the publications related to glioma imaging, published in July and August 2020
A fully funded PhD position is available at the Institute of technology Sligo, Ireland under the supervision of Dr. Saritha Unnikrishnan (IT Sligo), Dr. David Tormey (IT Sligo) and Dr. Ian McLoughlin (Galway Mayo IT). This project will be...
Webinar: AI-driven analysis of Advanced Imaging Biomarkers for In-Depth Tumour Assessment
During the first Grant Period, nine researchers were awarded to perform a Short Term Scientific Mission. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only four of them were able to (partially) finalize their mission. In this first part, Golestan and...
During the first Grant Period, nine researchers were awarded to perform a Short Term Scientific Mission. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only four were able to (partially) finalize their mission. In this first part, Golestan and Ruben explain...
Take a photo of your puzzle and tag us (@COST18206) - we will share the most original ones!
Congratulations to our Researcher of the Month #3: Elli Paal
GliMR welcomes some new participants from two new countries: Switzerland and Serbia
List of the publications related to glioma imaging, published in May and June 2020
Two new books on imaging of gliomas have been published.
Take a photo of your puzzle and tag us (@COST18206) – we will share the most original ones!
Update on the 3 GliMR reviews
Letter from the Chair
Our Researcher of the month #2 is Dr Paula Croal
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ESMRMB will not be held as a physical meeting this year. However, an online meeting will be organised which will kick off on Wednesday Sept 30th, finishing on Friday October 2nd. We will keep...
We are happy to announce a GliMR collaboration session during the 37th annual scientific meeting of ESMRMB on October 1-3 in Barcelona!
We welcome Dr. Joana Pinto as our new WG5 Vice-leader, and thank our former Vice-leader Prof. Özgür Öztekin for his time and expertise.
In the first edition of Researchers of the Month, two GliMR-stars of the core group are presented: Prof. dr. Yelda Ozsunar and Prof. dr. Patrícia Figueiredo. Prof. dr. Yelda Ozsunar Yelda, our STSM coordinator, is Neuroradiologist and currently doing...
After the succesfull WG2 hackathon, the work group has developed a GDPR compliant consent form, and is inviting the participants of GliMR to translate and review this form. Since 2018, data-sharing within the scientific community has become more complicated,...
The first Short Term Scientific Mission grant call has finalized successfully! Eight applications were rewarded with a grant and will go on a STSM in the next month. In January, a first call for STSM grants was launched, for...
During the Working Group and Management Committee meeting held in Malta, a brainstorm session was organised by WG1. All members voted for their favourite glioma MRI technique, resulting in this technique-grid.
Have you got your ISMRM 2020 abstract accepted and you would like to attend the upcoming annual meeting in Sydney? Is your primary affiliation in an Inclusiveness Target Country? Then do not hesitate to apply for a GliMR ITC...
On December 12 and 13, 2019 a Working Group and Management Committee meeting was held in Malta, bringing together 60 clinicians and researchers to advance MRI diagnostics for glioma.
Today is World Cancer Day 2020. You can find the official Position Statement of GliMR below.
On October 4, 2019, GLiMR organised a meet-and-greet session during the 36th annual scientific meeting of the ESMRMB in Rotterdam.
Glioma MR imaging 2.0 Action meeting 12 & 13 December 2019 Vivaldi hotel - Saint Julians, Malta
The GliMR working group 2 has joined forces with the Open brain consent to create a GDPR compliant template for patient information and consent, as well as a data user agreement that can be used in your local data repositories.
On September 12, 2019 the first Management Committee meeting was held at the COST head offices in Brussels.