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PHYS 8500

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physics and Applications
Credit Hours:
3 hours

A detailed treatment of current magnetic resonance imaging methods for living systems and applications to bio-imaging (e.g., fMRF and DTI). Methods for improving speed and reducing artifacts will be treated. A laboratory component will give students practical experience in system operation, data acquisition, and analysis.

Not offered on a regular basis.

PHYS 4201/6201 or permission of department

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