In the light of the ISMRM 2022 in London we are pleased to invite scientists to submit their research project for the Bruker MRI Award 2022.
Authors may submit one Power Point slide per study, which summaries their project using the template below. The deadline for abstract submission is January 31, 2022.
When preparing your project, please include the following information:
Graphical elements (MR images, spectra, result diagrams, photos etc.,) should be included as JPEG or TIF format with a minimal resolution of 300 DPI, as animated GIF movie or as embedded movie file (If a WMV file is used you can ensure compatibility of the video with the inbuilt compatibility function in PowerPoint 2010 or later: File > Info > Optimize Compatibility).
Presentations and materials may be arranged by Bruker based upon the graphics and text received. We reserve the right to select and publish the data and images without further notice.
We greatly appreciate receiving any material you choose to send.
By submitting your project, you agree that your data and images are used at the Bruker booth at conferences, on www.bruker.com, in Bruker product brochures, and during oral presentations given by Bruker personnel. We assure you that all authors and the institution will be acknowledged in all instances.
After your successful submission, you will receive written confirmation by e-mail.
By providing sufficient details, you ensure an effective review process. All submitted abstracts will be evaluated on the basis of the following criteria: importance for the MRI and Preclinical Imaging Community, significance of work, and clarity.
We want to continue the tradition of valuing the great work of scientists and researchers in the area of Preclinical Imaging by recognizing the winners at the Bruker Scientific Workshop during the annual ISMRM Meeting. In 2022 it will held as a Joint Annual Meeting ISMRM-ESMRMB & SMRT from May, 07-12 2022 in London. Additional information about the details of presenting the work will be shared with the winners.
Mode of Submission
Authors are asked to use the following template to submit their research project
First place: Dasiy Villano
Institute of Biostructures and Bioimaging,
Second place: David Schaefer
University of Pittsburgh
Third place: Daniele Bertoglio
Molecular Imaging Center Antwerp , University of Antwerpen, Belgium
First place: Dr. Martin MacKinnon
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
North Carolina, USA
Second place: Dr. Alice Zhou
The University of Queensland,
Third place: Dr. Yuning Gu, Prof. Xin Yu
Case Western Reserve University,