Medical Xpress: ‘Tic-tac-toe’-themed MRI technology easy win for neurological disease researchers

| Posted in Brain Disease, Brain Education, Brain Research

The University of Pittsburgh houses a whole-body 7 Tesla magnetic resonance imager (7T MRI), one of the strongest human MRI devices in the world and a powerful imaging tool that allows researchers to gain a far better understanding of brain structure and function. Tamer Ibrahim, associate professor of bioengineering in Pitt’s Swanson School of Engineering, runs the Radiofrequency (RF) Research Facility and conducts experimental and human studies with this device – one of only five dozen 7T MRI machines in the world. (April 13, 2018)

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