FSL BASIL mini-course

FSL BASIL mini-course

The PhysImAls & FSL Course team is organising a mini-course on perfusion quantification for ASL. Find more information here!
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The PhysImAls & FSL Course team is organising a mini-course on perfusion quantification for ASL. Find their message below.

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2020 Online FSL BASIL mini-course on perfusion quantification from Arterial Spin Labelling to be held on Tuesday 24th November, is now open!

Both new and existing users of ASL are welcome on the course as it aims to cover both basic and more advanced features of BASIL. This course covers the theory and practice of acquiring and analysing ASL data, with recorded lectures and a live practical session where attendees learn how to carry out analysis for themselves on real data, with access to experienced tutors available throughout.

Like the recent main FSL course, this course will be purely online and we welcome attendees from all countries. So that we can cater for a variety of timezones there will be two practical sessions, one early (9am-12pm UK time) and one later (3-6pm UK time), repeating the same content. Each session will consist of a self-paced practical, with guidance available from our expert tutors via zoom (or equivalent), and all FSL software and course data pre-installed and ready to go on a cloud-enabled virtual desktop. All lectures will be pre-recorded and available as video podcasts. So all you need is a computer that can do video conferencing and host the remote desktop client (which even works on an ipad) as well as a reasonable internet connection that is good enough for video conferencing.

The number of attendees are strictly limited and are available on a first-come-first-served basis. You do not need to have completed the FSL course to join this mini-course, but a discounted rate is available for participants in the September Online FSL course. CME credits are not available and we will cover ASL analysis for basic science and clinical research but not clinical practice.

See the BASIL Course website for more details and to sign up here.  

If you have any questions please contact us.

We hope to see you on the course!  

The PhysImAls & FSL Course team

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