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King’s College London proud to be part of GliMR

King’s College London proud to be part of GliMR

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In a recent interview, Dr. Thomas Booth explained the need for more research on advanced MRI for glioma diagnosis. Read the interview here.

Thomas is one of the UK representatives and affiliated with the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, King’s College London. He was involved in the publication of the GliMR Presentation Paper and is the lead of review 2: ‘MR Biomarkers for assessing the treatment follow-up’, which is currently in development.

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In a recent interview, Dr. Thomas Booth explained the need for more research on advanced MRI for glioma diagnosis. Read the interview here. Thomas is one of the UK representatives and affiliated with the School of Biomedical Engineering &...