Human-Interpretable AI-Based Quantitative Metrics for X-Linked ALDAndreas Rauschecker, MD, PhD
Quantitative BOLD MRI to detect glioma stem cell niches in non-enhancing FLAIR hyperintense regions in patients with glioblastoma and their effect on treatment responsePejman Maralani, MD, FRCPC
Evaluation of a Single Bolus, Multi-Echo Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast Protocol in Patients with GlioblastomaLea Alhilali, MD
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The Foundation of the ASNR awards Patricia Ellen Grant, MD, with the 2021 Outstanding Contributions in Research Award. Dr. Grant is a Professor of Pediatrics and Radiology at Harvard Medical School. She holds the Boston Children’s Hospital endowed chair in Neonatology, is the Director of the Fetal Neonatal Neuroimaging and Developmental Science Center and is a clinical Neuroradiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Thank you to Dr. Santiago Medina for the creation of the Santiago Medina sculpture to be presented to the recipient of The Foundation of the ASNR “Outstanding Contributions in Research Award” Mayank Goyal, MD, PhD, FRCPC – University of Calgary, Canada
The ASNR International Collaborations Committee congratulates the following members who were selected as 2019 Anne G. Osborn ASNR Outreach Professors! Each Professor will receive a $2,000 travel grant from the ASNR and will be hosted by the country…
The American Society of Neuroradiology funds imaging-based research that advance our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, help identify new treatment strategies, provide information to improve care for people with dementia, and further our knowledge of brain health and disease prevention. Our awards support investigators at every professional stage and always include categories specifically designed to help talented young scientists establish careers in Alzheimer’s imaging research.