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Poster (15)

2015
Poster
Huber, L.; Guidi, M.; Goense, J. B. M.; Mildner, T.; Trampel, R.; Schulz, J.; Eichner, C.; Turner, R.; Möller, H. E.: The magnitude point spread function is an inadequate measure of T2*-blurring in EPI. 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Toronto, ON, Canada (2015)
2012
Poster
Eichner, C.; Setsompop, K.; Anwander, A.; Feiweier, T.; Cauley, S.; Bhat, H.; Turner, R.; Wald, L. L.; Heidemann, R. M.: Combining ZOOPPA and blipped CAIPIRINHA for diffusion weighted imaging at 7T. ESMRMB Congress 2012, 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal (2012)
Poster
Heidemann, R. M.; Anwander, A.; Feiweier, T.; Eichner, C.; Lützkendorf, R.; Bernarding, J.; Knösche, T. R.; Turner, R.: Sub-millimeter diffusion MRI at 7T: Does resolution matter? 20th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Melbourne, Australia (2012)
2011
Poster
Eichner, C.; Feiweier, T.; Ivanov, D.; Anwander, A.; Knösche, T. R.; Turner, R.; Heidemann, R. M.: Isotropic high resolution diffusion MRI at 7T--Issues of slice thickness and fat suppression. ESMRMB CONGRESS 2011, 28th Annual Scientific Meeting, Leipzig, Germany (2011)
Poster
Eichner, C.; Ivanov, D.; Feiweier, T.; Anwander, A.; Knösche, T. R.; Turner, R.; Heidemann, R. M.: High Resolution Diffusion-Weighted Imaging at 7T - Issues of Slice Thickness and Fat Suppression. 17th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping , Quebec City, QC, Canada (2011)

Working Paper (2)

2020
Working Paper
Müller-Axt, C.; Eichner, C.; Rusch, H.; Kauffmann, L.; Bazin, P.-L.; Anwander, A.; Morawski, M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Mapping the human visual thalamus and its cytoarchitectonic subdivisions using quantitative MRI. bioRxiv (2020)
Working Paper
Eichner, C.; Paquette, M.; Mildner, T.; Schlumm, T.; Pléh, K.; Samuni, L.; Crockford, C.; Wittig, R. M.; Jäger, C.; Möller, H. E. et al.; Friederici, A. D.; Anwander, A.: Increased sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio in diffusion-weighted MRI using multi-echo acquisitions. bioRxiv (2020)
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