PSUdoMRI Simulator

PSUdoMRI Simulator

Christopher M. Collins

PSUdoMRI is an MRI simulator developed to accurately predict how realistic distributions of the electromagnetic fields used in MRI (DC, switched gradients, and radiofrequency) affect the MR images for arbitrary MRI pulse sequences. PSUdoMRI is capable of considering multiple RF coils in transmission and in reception, considering correlated noise between RF channels, and calculating the SAR distribution throughout the sample for arbitrary pulse sequences or field distributions. Simple Matlab GUI's allow for creation of some sample sequences and some simple reconstructions, and some sample field and tissue distribtuions are provided, but the simulation engine is capable of considering any sequence, field, or sample geometry that is arranged in the proper format, as described in the manual.

Simulation models for PSUdoMRI can be downloaded here


PLEASE NOTE: The software available on this page is provided free of charge and comes without any warranty. CAI²R and the NYU School of Medicine do not take any liability for problems or damage of any kind resulting from the use of the files provided. Operation of the software is solely at the user's own risk. The software developments provided are not medical products and must not be used for making diagnostic decisions.

The software is provided for non-commercial, academic use only. Usage or distribution of the software for commercial purpose is prohibited. All rights belong to the author (Christopher M. Collins) and the NYU School of Medicine. If you use the software for academic work, please give credit to the author in publications and cite the related publications.

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Latest Updates

06/23/2017 - 10:49
06/23/2017 - 10:42

Philanthropic Support

We gratefully acknowledge generous support for radiology research at NYU Langone Medical Center from:
• The Big George Foundation
• Raymond and Beverly Sackler
• Bernard and Irene Schwartz

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