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Yukai Zou selected by NIH for Clinical and Translational Research Training

Through a competitive application process, Yukai Zou was selected to participate in the NIH Clinical Center’s Clinical and Translational Research Course for Ph.D. Students—2018 Cohort, from July 9-20 in Bethesda, MD. Each year, 30 Ph.D. students across the United States are selected for this great opportunity for professional development. Congratulations!

PAMR awarded Community Service Learning Grant for Outreach with Imagination Station

Congratulations! The Purdue Association for Magnetic Resonance (PAMR) has been selected as a recipient of the Community Service Learning Grant, from the Office of Engagement at Purdue University, to perform outreach activities with Imagination Station in Lafayette, Indiana. PAMR is actively planning outreach activities related to MRI, and Imagination Station can offer graduate students opportunities to present fun and engaging science activities to local elementary- and middle-school students.
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Magnetic Resonance Biomedical Engineering Laboratory

The Magnetic Resonance Biomedical Engineering Lab (MRBEL), led by Dr. Joseph Rispoli, develops and applies novel technology and methodologies to better exploit magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy for clinical and research use. Affiliated with the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, MRBEL is housed in the Martin Jischke Hall of Biomedical Engineering (MJIS) Building. MRBEL collaborates with investigators across Purdue’s disciplinary schools, and the Purdue MRI Facility provides access to 3T human scanners and a 7T animal scanner. For human 7T research, MRBEL collaborates with other institutions including the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Iowa
 

Our lab prides itself on it’s outreach and engagement activities, particularly through Purdue organizations. Many of our lab members are actively involved in the Purdue Association for Magnetic Resonance (PAMR), working to increase magnetic resonance knowledge and collaboration across campus. PAMR also brings science to the Greater Lafayette community through an outreach relationship with Imagination Station. For more information, sign up for their email list and follow PAMR on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.