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January 2020
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GliMR 2.0 NEWSFLASH

You only have 10 more days to apply to our first Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) call. Do you already have a great project in mind? Make sure that you have a browse through the manual to make sure that your application is in tip top shape. 

However, if you have yet to think of a specific project but you do want to apply to the coming round, we have a list of great projects looking for high quality researchers right here! If you see any of them to your liking, do not hesitate to get in touch with the project hosts and fill out that application! 

DSC Image Analysis @ Oxford (UK)

Do you want to work on a freely available image analysis toolbox in DSC MRI for glioma? Have a look at this project hosted by Michael Chappell and Paula Croll at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford (UK).

ASL Image Analysis @ Aydin (Turkey)

If you are interested in comparing ASL with DSC-rCBV for the prediction of survival in malignant glial tumors, get in touch with Yelda Ozsunar of the Adnan Menderes University (TU).

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