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Magnetic Resonance Systems Laboratory
 

 


 

 

    

Welcome to the Magnetic Resonance Systems Lab website!

The primary objective of the MRSL is to develop new methods and technology to improve magnetic resonance imaging and to train students in MRI, RF, applied electromagnetics, and image and signal processing.  We actively encourage collaborations that can benefit from projects in the lab.

Some projects include:

  • RF Array coils.

  • Dual-tuned RF coils for multinuclear spectroscopy..

  • Current source and other modular  RF Amplifiers for Transmit Sense and Transmit/Receive Arrays.

  • Image combination methods for parallel imaging.

  • Signal combination methods for reduced receiver count MRI.

  • High-temperature superconducting RF coil arrays for NQR and MRI.

  • Ultra-fast MR Imaging.

We are always interested in discussing interesting problems with colleagues and students.     Please stop by, call, or e-mail if you would like to discuss the use of MRI in your research.

In the News

MRSL researchers involved in ISBI 2011.

MRSL researchers receive funding from CPRIT- Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas. "TAMU–UT Southwestern Partnership for Cancer Imaging and Spectroscopy at 7 Tesla",  Craig Malloy, M.D., Ph.D.,  The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, PI.

MRSL faculty Mary McDougall receives TEES Select Young Faculty Award

MRSL faculty Steve Wright named IEEE Fellow and ISMRM Fellow

MRSL to upgrade gradients.  The 4.7T/40 cm will be upgraded to state of the art gradients enabling new capabilities to support our research in dynamic imaging.   

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Texas A&M University
3128 TAMU
College Station, TX  77843-3128

MRSL:  979-458-1146
ECE office:  979-845-7441
ECE  fax:  979-845-6259