The 5th International Meeting on Renal Imaging, held in Ghent, Belgium from September 11 to 12, 2023, showcased groundbreaking research in the field of renal imaging. The meeting, organized by the renalmri.org community, provided a platform for researchers and professionals to delve into the latest developments in renal imaging across diverse imaging modalities.
At the event, Siria Pasini presented a power pitch highlighting the latest findings from our ongoing research on “Multi-center and multi-vendor reproducibility of T1, T2, and ADC phantom data on 1.5T and 3T MRI scanners.” The objective of this work is to evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of common MR biomarkers (T1, T2, and ADC) across multiple sites and vendors, considering the field strength variations between 3T and 1.5T, involving data from six clinical centers across the EU/UK. Additionally, throughout the two-day event this work was exhibited as a poster.
Events like the one held in Ghent play a pivotal role as valuable forums for the exchange of knowledge and collaborative research efforts. Participants, including researchers, clinicians, and professionals, convene to engage in discussions, sharing ideas, and seeking innovative solutions to improve renal imaging techniques and enhance patient care.
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