Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Program Area
Guoying Liu, Ph.D.
This program supports the technological development of MR imaging and MR spectroscopic
imaging, for both animal and human research, and potential clinical applications.
Examples include (but are not restricted to) fast imaging, high field imaging, design
of novel RF and gradient coils, novel pulse sequences, design of novel contrast
mechanisms, imaging informatics, in vivo EPR imaging, molecular imaging, etc. The
emphasis should be on technological development rather than detailed applications
to specific diseases or organs.
Relevant Study Sections
Biomedical Imaging Technology (BMIT)
Medical Imaging (MEDI)
A complete listing of review groups and study sections can be found at the Center
for Scientific Review (http://cms.csr.nih.gov/PeerReviewMeetings/).
Program staff recommend that principal investigators include a cover letter listing
areas of scientific expertise needed to review the application and how the expertise
should be balanced (please do not include names), or potential study section assignments.
Questions may be directed to the program director mentioned above.
For more information on MRI, click here
(link to pdf)
Last Updated On 04/22/2013