MRI and Magnetic Particles for MRI Diagnostics


Feb 27th 2019 - Feb 27th 2019

Oxford, United Kingdom

Updated 11/09/18

This event will bring together industry with academia around developing MRI technologies.

The speakers and audience will be drawn from producers of standard MRI machines, small-scale novel and pre-clinical MRI developers/manufacturers, producers/distributors of magnetic micro- & nano- particles, and academics researching new alternative bio-compatible magnetic nano and micro particles for MRI-based diagnostics, or using MRI as a research tool. Talks and poster session targeted to non-specialist audiences to help stimulate discussion between industry and academia and facilitate the building of consortia. Representatives from the KTN will attend and speak about relevant I-UK (or other) funding opportunities for this area.


The dress code for the event is business attire / smart casual.


Overview of MRI technology
by Dr Mike Mallett of Siemens UK

Overview of MRI technology, the basics, what the developments are at industrial & university levels

Magnetic Particles for Biomedical Applications
by Dr Henrik Teller of micromod

What hinders researchers in developing stronger magnetic particles for biomedical applications?

Introducing the KTN, Funding Opprtunities
by Dr Ali Anjomshoaa of Knowledge Transfer Network

The Knowledge Transfer Network and Innovate UK funding opportunities in the area of MRI/magnetic particles

Cryogen-Free Pre-Clinical MRI Magnets / Systems
by Dr Owen Taylor of MRS Magnetics Ltd

Proton Therapy MRI
by Dr Erik Van Der Kraaij of Ion Beam Associates

Overview of PT-MRI project on designing, steering and focusing magnets for proton therapy treatment

Magnetic Polymeric Microparticles
by Prof Sonia Contera of Oxford University

Magnetic polymeric microparticles with enhanced rotation and torque properties

Improved Contrast Agents for MRI Imaging
by Dr Cristina Giordano of Queen Mary University of London

Sol gel-based synthesis of magnetic carbides and nitrides as improved contrast agents for MRI imaging

Magneto-Liposomes as Theranostic Agents
by Dr Nina Kostevsek of Josef Stefan Institute


Type Standard Fee Group Discount
(3+ delegates)
Early Discount
(Register before 24/12/2018)
Member £115.00 10%10%
Non-Member £235.00 10%10%
Student / Retired Member £45.00 10%10%
Student / Retired Non-Member £75.00 10%10%
Exhibiting Member (+Delegate Fees) £95.00 10%10%
Exhibiting Non-Member (+ Delegate Fees) £145.00 10%10%
Sponsorship opportunities are available - please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org to discuss the options 10%10%
Group discounts for 5+ delegates are available; please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org for more details 10%10%
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