RAD229: MRI Signals and Sequences


Spring 2019-2020
Mon/Wed 12:30-2:20pm

Announcements: Amidst COVID-19 precautions, Rad229 WILL be offered, starting Monday April 6. According to Stanford rules, the course will be offered completely online. If you are interested in auditing or joining, please contact us. We will ask you to watch Lecture 1 before the first class. If you can make sure you have Matlab running and clone or download the class GitHub archive, that will also help!

Overview

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) offers a wide variety of different image contrast mechanisms through the use of different pulse sequences. This course builds on a basic MRI knowledge to study advanced signal simulation and calculation methods, system imperfections and practical approaches to address these, and basic and advanced pulse sequences for rapid imaging and image contrast generation.

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