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Reeder wins Applied Research Grant

Posted on May 16, 2006

We would like to congratulate Scott Reeder for winning an Applied Research Grant Award for 2006-07 for his project, "Development of Robust Water-Fat Separation for Improved Magnetic Resonance Imaging." It has been selected for funding under the 2006-07 Applied Research Grant Program.

In addition to the quality of the research design and likelihood of successful completion, a major criterion for selection was the potential impact of the project on Wisconsin's economy.

Way to go Scott!

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