Lectures of Dr. Carlos Cabal Mirabal about Magnetic Resonance and its applications
The main goals of the course are to make introduction in the basics of MR theory, to explain the main principles of MR based techniques, to show perspectives and challenges which MR techniques are focused on.
Dr. Carlos Cabal Mirabalis a Titular Researcher of Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Senior Professor in University of Havana, Merit of the Academy of Sciences of Cuba and Extraordinary Professor of the Faculty of Exact Sciences of the La Plata National University, Argentina.
Attention! The lectures are obligatory for master students of Nanophotonics and Metamaterials Department. Other participants must fill the form: https://metalab.timepad.ru/event/400150/
All the lectures will be held in the office 301/5 (Birzhevaya line, 14)
Lectures timetable Tuesday, November 15
13.30-15.00 (1 lecture)
Introducton. MR Basic ideas. Spin Lattice and Spin Spin relaxation. Pulse sequences. Bloch equations. Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Thursday, November 17 (2 lectures)
Magnetic relaxation mechanism in paramagnetic solution. Basic ideas. Density spectral function, correlation times, spin-lattice and spin-spin relaxation mechanism. The basic ideas of the contrast agent.The basic ideas of the contrast agent. Some MR applications.
MR and EPR studies of the hemoglobin polymerization in the Sickle Cell disease. Treatment approach.
Friday, November 18 (2 lectures)
Basic ideas of molecular MRI and Theranostic. Enhance the MRI sensibility.
Bio distribution and pharmacokinetic of uniform magnetic nano particles by MRI in vivo.
Thursday, November 24 (2 lectures)
Brain Tumor response and kinetic under treatment with monoclonal antibodies by T1,T2, FLSH, DWI, MRS images
Quantitative studies of the evolution of the diabetic foot lesion under Epidemical Grow factor treatment by MRI and optical methods.
Friday, November 25 (2 lectures)
MRI instrumentation. Cuban MRI project.
Third Biomedical Revolution. Regularities and tendencies. The images role.