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NCITA Hyperpolarised 13C-MRI Webinar

September 8, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

NCITA Hyperpolarised 13C-MRI Webinar

Join NCITA for a webinar which will provide an overview of the translation of Hyperpolarised 13C-MRI from preclinical to clinical cancer imaging.

Please register for the webinar through the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/167050308971 


Who should attend:

Suitable for any researchers who are interested and would like to find out more about the translation of Hyperpolarised 13C-MRI from preclinical to clinical cancer imaging.


Why should I attend:

To hear an overview of the latest research in Hyperpolarised 13C-MRI, as well as the latest updates on clinical studies and technical advances across NCITA partner institutions.


Confirmed speakers and talks:

    • Chairs – Dr Ramona Woitek & Prof. Evis Sala, University of Cambridge
    • Imaging tumour metabolism (13C and 2H) – Prof. Kevin Brindle, University of Cambridge
    • Clinical metabolic imaging – Prof. Ferdia Gallagher, University of Cambridge
    • Developing methods for the acquisition and post-processing of hyperpolarised 13C data – Dr James Grist, University of Oxford
    • Numerical optimization in magnetic resonance imaging of metabolism – Vencel Somai , University of Cambridge
    • Quantifying Hyperpolarised 13C-MR: What’s the best metric? – Rafat Chowdhury, University College London
    • Imaging metabolic heterogeneity in breast cancer subtypes that are defined by their genomic profiles – Dr Susana Ros, University of Cambridge
    • Clinical hyperpolarised 13C-MRI in breast cancer – Dr Ramona Woitek, University of Cambridge
    • HP 13C MRI in renal cell carcinoma – Dr Stephan Ursprung, University of Cambridge
    • Imaging prostate cancer with hyperpolarised 13C-MRI: technical aspects – Dr Nikita Sushentsev, University of Cambridge
    • Hyperpolarised 13C-MRI of the prostate at UCL – Prof. Shonit Punwani, University College London


September 8, 2021
2:00 pm - 5:30 pm