ahh yes, fun stuff. Some of the stuff I do involves RF coil design.Originally posted by brandonite
I'm shimming an MRI magnet - trying to improve the main field homogeniety. Doing lots of field plots. Ugh.
Anybody wanna trade projects?
The guy I work for does almost all coil design... I'm fairly convinced he is a genius.Originally posted by Gradient Echo
ahh yes, fun stuff. Some of the stuff I do involves RF coil design.
Field homogeneity is important though, we noticed on one of our magnets needs to be reshimmed (lots of artifacts on our images) - maybe i'll talk to my boss and he'll hire you
Yes, I'm reapplying. I don't know where I will end up for my PhD, but my work next year (after I get through this horrible summer) will be on cardiac MRI. Differentiating between reversible and irreversible damage done during an MI. I think it will be interesting.Originally posted by Gradient Echo
Yeah I know what you mean...i've done stuff similar to that (no shimming though) before.
you're reapplying this year right? you still want to work in MRI or try something else?
Not to far off, care to elaborate?Originally posted by jot
neuropathic pain modeling
oh thats awesome adam - that stuff really piqued my attention when i first learned about it - thats the sort of stuff that mark tessier does right? corey goodman is his mammalian counterpart?I'm working in a neuro lab that does axon guidance in the developing fruit fly. Very cool stuff, and very new for someone with no neuro experience whatsoever. Who knows, I might even end up a neurobiologist
I take it Adam's working with Larry Zipursky. Very nice lab...Originally posted by jot
oh thats awesome adam - that stuff really piqued my attention when i first learned about it - thats the sort of stuff that mark tessier does right? corey goodman is his mammalian counterpart?