MRI and motion correction

Magnetic resonance imaging is sensitive to motion. Just like with other images, movement may cause blurring and distortion ('artefacts'). To counteract this, motion correction methods are often used. These include devices that track motion as well as software that can correct some of the artefacts after the images have been collected. We have just published … Continue reading MRI and motion correction

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Reblog: The Firefly Scanner is Featured on the BBC

Below is a blog post I wrote for our group after the Firefly neonatal scanner was highlighted on BBC. It's a great, little scanner and I'm thrilled to be involved with this research. (Link to the post on our group's blog.) Building on previous work, Professor Martyn Paley has developed the concept of a bespoke MRI … Continue reading Reblog: The Firefly Scanner is Featured on the BBC