Agah Karakuzu

Every MR image is a symphony, every qMRI map is an instrument

Every MR image is a symphony, every qMRI map is an instrument

Let’s admit, it is often difficult to explain our research to the people outside of our lab. Given that they are the ones expected to benefit from our research, we should try harder to find ways of getting our points across to the lay audience. To this end, the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) announced a public engagement competition, took place at the 2018 annual meeting.

For this year’s competition, participants created 3 minutes videos to bring their science to the people. After the initial evaluation, our qMRLab submission qualified among the 10 finalist videos. Following the online voting we won the People’s Choice award!

Now, for three minutes, forget everything you know about MRI and put yourself in the shoes of a ten-year-old. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

Figures used in this blog post are created on Adobe Illustrator based on the free vector graphics provided by fullvector and from Freepik team, and original work by July Gerard via Behance.

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