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UW MRA research group receives funding for Functional MRA

Posted on Jul 1, 2009

Dr. Pat Turski will serve as principal investigator for a NIH R21 grant ($386,618) to develop Functional Magnetic Resonance Angiography (fMRA). Co-Investigators on the project include Professors Charles Mistretta, Yjing Wu, Howard Rowley, Beverly Aagaard-Keinitz, David Niemann, Richard Bruce, Kevin Johnson and Julia Velikina. fMRA is a highly accelerated MRA technique that provides a series of time resolved whole brain MR angiograms as well as physiological information such as velocity vector plots, flow streamlines, volume flow rates, pressure gradients and estimates of shear stress.

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