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Graduate Student Li Feng Receives the 'Early Career Award-Basic Science' at the SCMR Conference

Graduate Student Li Feng recieves the 'Early Career Award-Basic Science' at the 17th Annual SCMR Conference for his presentation on Compressed Sensing with Synchronized Cardio-respiratory Sparsity for Free-breathing Cine MRI: Initial Comparative Study on Patients with Arrhythmias. This study combines continuous data acquistion with compressed sensing for cardiac imaging. 

Authors: Li Feng, Leon Axel, Larry A Latson, Jian Xu, Daniel K Sodickson, and Ricardo Otazo

GRASP Matlab Code

Joint compressed sensing and parallel imaging reconstruction of golden-angle radial MRI data with arbitrary temporal resolution (see GRASP project) as described in:

Feng L, Grimm R, Tobias Block K, Chandarana H, Kim S, Xu J, Axel L, Sodickson DK, Otazo R. Golden-angle radial sparse parallel MRI: Combination of compressed sensing, parallel imaging, and golden-angle radial sampling for fast and flexible dynamic volumetric MRI. Magn Reson Med. 2013 Oct 18. doi: 10.1002/mrm.24980.

 

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Radial VIBE Sequence

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Radial VIBE is a novel 3D gradient-echo sequence that uses a radial stack-of-stars sampling scheme to acquire the k-space information.

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