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Last Updated: July 15, 2021

A crucial safety concern for UHF MRI is the significant RF power deposition in the body in the form of local specific absorption rate (SAR) hotspots, leading to dangerous tissue heating/damage.

Last Updated: July 15, 2021

The rapid and successful advancement in ultra-high field (UHF) MR scanners (7T or higher) have shown an improvement in the spatial and temporal resolution and the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) per un

Last Updated: July 15, 2021

Magnetic resonance guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS) is a non-invasive therapeutic modality for neurodegenerative diseases that allows real-time imaging of targeted regions.

Last Updated: July 15, 2021
liquid metal coil

MRI relies on a dense array of radiofrequency (RF) coils to obtain functional and anatomical information inside the body.

Last Updated: July 15, 2021
A 2D High-Pass Ladder RF Coil Architecture for UHF MRI

The Winkler Lab has a dedicated radiofrequency (RF) team with a top-notch RF lab to design, demonstrate, and test high field (HF) and ultra-high field (UHF) receive and transmit coils.

Last Updated: May 1, 2019
Dr. Winkler's past research at Stanford University

The following set of slides gives an overview of past research topics on UHF MRI at Stanford University:

Last Updated: July 15, 2021
Human Connectome Mapping

National Institutes of Health (NIH) K99/R00 funded: One of the greatest challenges of modern biomedical science is the mapping of the human brain to understand underlying functionality and behavior

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