With research and clinical usage of quantitative MRI being more prevalent than ever, it is vital that the techniques and infrastructure to provide confidence in such measurements are available.
The iMet MRI consortium is leading work developing robust test objects traceable to primary standards, and data analysis pipelines supported by comprehensive uncertainty evaluation. These are being validated through a pan-European multi-site study, with all three feeding into a Good Practice Guidelines for quantitative MRI measurements.
This workshop presents the latest results from the project, and discuss how they fit into wider clinical needs. It brings together stakeholders from the clinical, research, metrology, data, industrial, and standardisation communities to discuss how to make all outputs as relevant, applicable and practical as possible.
The workshop is being held on site at NPL. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. There may be an opportunity for networking after the workshop.
We are offering an online registration for those who cannot travel to Teddington. This will only include the main presentations from the workshop.