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Noemi Gyori receives Magna Cum Laude Award

Noemi Gyori was presented with the Magna Cum Laude Award from The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), who host huge MRI conferences of up to 5,000 people every year.

Noemi's abstract titled 'High-Resolution Neural Soma Imaging with FLAIR: Eliminating CSF Contamination in Grey Matter' was co-authored by Lulius Dragonu (from Siemens Healthineers), Christopher Clark (from UCL Institute of Child Health), Daniel Alexander (from UCL Centre for Medical Image Computing) and Enrico Kaden (from UCL Centre for Medical Image Computing and UCL Institute of Child Health).

Noemi's project is based around developing novel non-invasive techniques for brain microstructure imaging using MRI and splits her time between UCL Centre for Medical Image Computing and UCL Institute of Child Health. Great Job Noemi!

Check out Noemi's work here: