International Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy

ICMRM Background

The objectives of the ICMRM are to communicate recent developments in spatially resolved magnetic resonance methods and their applications. The first ICMRM was held in 1991 in Heidelberg and was originally known as the "Heidelberg Conference". It is the biennial conference of the Division of Spatially Resolved Magnetic Resonance of the AMPERE Society.

Division of SRMR

Logo Division of SRMRThe Division was founded in 1995 during the 3rd meeting on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy. The purpose of the division is to advance the subject of Spatially Resolved Magnetic Resonance by means of the International Conference organized biennially across the world and symposia, summer schools and workshops. The governing organization of the Division consists of the Executive Committee, the Division Committee and the General Membership composed of conference attendees who are automatically members of the AMPERE Society.