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Congratulations to our Researcher of the Month and GliMR Member nr. 200: Ricardo Loução of the University Hospital of Cologne, Germany. Ricardo is a biomedical engineer working at the University Hospital of Cologne, as part of the “functional imaging, neuromodulation, and...

The statement is a result of a joint effort of researchers from eight European countries and the US, highlighting evidence gaps and provides a focus for combining resources to tackle these gaps Researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering...

Working Group 1 is proud to announce the publication of two systematic reviews on the use of advanced MR imaging for high-grade glioma treatment response monitoring. Both reviews are published in the Frontiers in Oncology and can be downloaded...

The European network GliMR published an article collection to highlight the potential of advanced MRI techniques to improve diagnosis and treatment of glioma, a type of brain cancer with poor chances of survival, affecting 44,000 patients yearly in the...

As part of the MAGMA Special Issue, GliMR has published an editorial on ‘Micro- and macroscale magnetic resonance imaging of glioma’. This editorial elaborates on the need for advanced MRI techniques in the diagnosis, prognosis, and follow-up of glioma...

In Februari 2022, GliMR published a MAGMA Special Issue, entitled ‘Micro- to Macroscale Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Glioma’, which you can find here. The aim of this special issue was to promote research that focuses on advancing MRI to...

GliMR participated at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Iberian Chapter of ISMRM as an exhibitor and presenter! This 2-day meeting was held in Lisbon in June and was attended by approximately 100 researchers and stakeholders. Thank you for having us, @ISMRMIberian!

We would like to ask for your support with participation in the following survey about your current use of rs-fMRI. It shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes to complete, and it will help us get an updated picture of the...

 If you are an Early Career Investigator (ECI) [1] working in a participating Inclusiveness Target Country (ITC) [2], and you are your presenting your work on glioma imaging or on the development of advanced MRI techniques with potential for glioma imaging at the upcoming Organization...