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OCMR student Liam Young won first prize for best oral presentation at the postgraduate symposium of the British Chapter of ISMRM held in London last week (18/05/18).

Liam's award was based on his work titled "Metabolic assessment of normothermically perfused ex vivo livers by multi-nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy".  The presentation outlined the first use of a new MRI compatible liver perfusion system, developed in collaboration with colleagues from the Nuffield Department of Surgery, the Institute of Biomedical Engineering and OrganOx Ltd.  Liams work is supported by funding from the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre.

 

 

 

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