The European Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology is proud to support new working groups within the field of MR.
Interested in starting a working group?
We welcome proposals for working groups on hot topics as well as general developments or the introduction of magnetic resonance techniques in the fields of medicine and biology. Send this filled in template to email@example.com for consideration of the Executive Board.
Current Working Groups
GREC (Gadolinium Research & Education Committee) is a group of multidisciplinary ESMRMB members, including clinicians, scientists, chemists, physicists, pathologists and clinical epidemiologists who all share a common interest in the study of gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) in a wide variety of clinical and pre-clinical conditions.
The working group is chaired by Prof. Aart Nederveen (NL) and Prof. Carlo C. Quattrocchi (IT).
Access the ESMRMB-GREC members area here (password required).
ESMRMB is delighted to announce the launch of a new working group: Committee for Advancement of MRI Education and Research in Africa (CAMERA).
This ESMRMB Working Group aims to develop a sustainable framework for accelerating MRI research and education excellence in Africa, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, a region of the world with the lowest density of MRI scanners.
The working group is lead by Udunna Anazodo (Canada), Johnes Obungoloch (Uganda), and Andrew Webb (Netherlands).
EFRS – ESMRMB MRI Radiographers Working Group
As part of the memorandum of understanding between the European Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB) and the European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS), a joint MRI Radiographers Working Group has been established. This official Working Group will help both organisations to:
- better engage MR radiographers/technologists;
- plan MR educational offerings;
- provide expert input to both Boards as required, making sure the MR radiographers perspective is captured;
- provide representatives for ESMRMB or EFRS projects or working groups.
Experienced MRI radiographers from the education, research, and practice domains have been appointed by both the EFRS and ESMRMB Executive Boards. Dr. Allison McGee (Dublin/IE), who is an internationally recognised MRI educator and researcher, has been appointed as the inaugural Chair of the Working Group with Mr Claude Portanier Mifsud (Msida/MT), a highly experienced clinical MR radiographer and manager, appointed as the deputy chair. Other members of the group are: Mr. Benoit Billebaut (Münster/DE), Mr. Charalabos Bougias (Epirus/GR), Dr. Jean-Philippe Dillenseger (Strasbourg/FR), Dr. Christine Heales (Exeter/UK), Ms. Titti Owman (Lund/SE), Dr. Vitor Silva (Porto/PT).
The MRI Together Working Group is tasked with overseeing the organization of the MRI Together workshop, a global online event recurring annually in December, and dedicated to Open and Reproducible Science in MRI.
This Working Group is established to promote the workshop and, more broadly, open and reproducible research practices in the Community through activities at the Annual Meeting and during the year.
The Working group is composed by past and current members of the MRI Together planning committee, and currently they are: Francesco Santini (Switzerland), Laura Bell (USA), Sophie Schauman (Sweden), Mo Shahdloo (UK), Daniel Hoinkiss (Germany), Joana Pinto (UK), Petra van Houdt (The Netherlands).
More info here: https://mritogether.esmrmb.org/23m/