Wewanttocelebrate 10 yearsofSmall Animal MRI in Münster. On theoccasionofthe 10thanniversaryofthe Experimental MR Group at the Department of Clinical Radiology at the Medical Faculty Münster, weinviteyoutojointhe1st Small Animal MRI Symposium.
This symposiumisintendedtocreate a platformforexchange in the European smallanimal MRI community. The focusis on presentationanddiscussionoflatestresults, majordevelopmentsandfuturedirections in thefieldofsmallanimal MRI. Furthermore, wewanttoestablish a forumforexchangeanddiscussionoftechnicalproblemsandtheirsolutions, regardinghardwareandsoftware, instrumentation, andparticularchallengesofanimalexperimentation. Forthispurposethesymposiumaims at gatheringrepresentativesandcontributionsfrom all groups in Europe andbeyond, working on smallanimal MRI.
Weareexcitedtoorganize a stimulatingmeetingandlookforwardtowelcomingyou in Münster.
We are happy to announce these well-known representatives of major research topics in small animal imaging as speakers.
- Luisa Ciobanu (NeuroSpin, Gif-sur-Yvette, F)
- Dominik von Elverfeld (ALU Freiburg, D)
- Cornelius Faber (WWU Münster, D)
- Uwe Himmelreich (KU Leuven, BE)
- Mathias Hoehn (MPI, Köln, D)
- Verena Hoerr (FSU Jena, D)
- Mark Ladd (DKFZ Heidelberg, D)
- Sven Meuth (WWU Münster, D)
- Ralf Reilmann (GHI, Münster, D)
- Markus Rudin (ETH Zürich, CH)
- Michael Schäfers (WWU Münster, D)
- Albrecht Stroh (JGU Mainz, D)
- Moritz Wildgruber (WWU Münster, D)
- Xin Yu (MPI, Tübingen, D)
Registration & Abstracts
Weinvitescientificcontributionsaspostersorshort oral presentations. Youarewelcometosubmit a one-page abstract(PDF) foroneofthefollowingtopics:
- MRI Molecular Imaging
- Cell Tracking by MRI
- Multimodal MRI – PET/MR
- Multimodal MRI – opto-fMRI
- Methods for Neuroimaging
- fMRI & Networks
- Cardiac MRI
- MRI in Oncology
- MR Spectroscopy
- MRI in Zoology
Deadline for free registration is May 4th, 2018.
Registrations and abstract submissions via email may be send to email@example.com with the subject ”SAMS2018-registration“ or ”SAMS2018-abstract“.
Housing & Transportation
The symposiumwill takeplace at the University Hospital Münster, Germany. Conference venuesarethelecture hall L30 in thelecture hall building (A6, green) andtheTranslational Research Imaging Center (TRIC, A16, green), on Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1, D-48149 Münster.
From North and South (A1): Leave highway A1 at exit 77 "Münster Nord". Follow B54, turn right on Orléans-Ring and then right on Domagkstraße. The "Parkhaus Coesfelder Kreuz" is on your left. Parking is free of charge. From there it's a 5 minute walk to the lecture hall.
From Münster Hauptbahnhofbuslines 11, 12, 13 and 34 runevery 10 minutesto "Domagkstraße" andline 14 every 20 minutesto "Chirurgie". Tickets for public transportation can be bought from the bus drivers. A single ticket is € 3.10.
Hotel capacities in Münster unfortuantely are limited. We suggest to make reservations early. These hotels are conveniently located in walking distance to the venue.
Thursday 7th June 2018
11:00 -12:15 Registration & Poster mounting
12:25 -12:30 Opening
12:30 -14:30 Scientific session: Multimodal MR and Molecular Imaging
Uwe Himmelreich (KU Leuven): Simultaneous and synchronized acquisition of PET-MRI in rodents
Verena Hoerr (FSU Jena/TRIC): Experimental MRI in infectious and cardiovascular disease models
Dominik von Elverfeld (LAU Freiburg): 4D Flow MRI in mice
Moritz Wildgruber (TRIC): Molecular Imaging by combined MR and mass spectrometry imaging
14:30 -15:00 Coffee Break and Discussion
15:00 -16:30 Scientific session: Neuroimaging – Animal Models & Methods
Mathias Hoehn (MPI Cologne): Functional and structural networks in brain disease and treatment
Sven Meuth (Neurology, WWU Münster): Longitudinal structural and functional dynamics of white matter pathways and networks driving functional adaptation with behavioral correlates during de- and remyelination.
Luisa Ciobanu (NeuroSpin, CEA): Metabolic Functional Imaging at High Magnetic Field
16:45 -17:45 Anniversary Ceremony
Welcome address of the Deanery
Walter Heindel (IKR, Münster): TRIC - from Vision to Reality
Cornelius Faber (TRIC): 10 Years Small Animal MRI at TRIC
17:45 -19:00 Reception at the TRIC (with Posters)
Friday, 8th June 2018
08:30 -10:00 Poster Session
10:15 -12:15 Scientific session: Methods for Neuroimaging – opto-fMRI
Markus Rudin (ETH Zurich): fMRI in mice - analysis of functional networks
Albrecht Stroh (JGU Mainz): From correlations to causality: Combining high-field fMRI, optogenetics and optical calcium recordings for the interrogation of slow oscillations
Xin Yu (MPI Tübingen): Revisit the neuro-glial-vascular interaction underlying the fMRI signal
Rolf Pohmann (MPI Tübingen): Concurrent fMRI and intrinsic optical imaging spectroscopy with high resolution at ultra high field
Lydia Wachsmuth (TRIC): Optical recordings and control during fMRI experiments
12:15 -13:15 Lunch Break
13:15 -15:15 Scientific session: Translational Aspects of MRI
Claudia Oerther (Bruker): PET/MRI Technology
Ulrich Flögel (HHU, Düsseldorf): 19F Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Unmasking Biomedical Hot Spots from the Background
Michael Schäfers (EIMI, Münster): What can we learn from PET/MRI of small animal models?
Ralf Reilmann (GHI, Münster): What can we learn from MRI of animal models in Huntingtons Disease?
Mark Ladd (DKFZ Heidelberg): What can we learn from human imaging at UHF?
Bruker BioSpin MRI GmbH, Ettlingen
RAPID Biomedical GmbH, Rimpar