Here you will find all the latest news about DRCMR and the researchers and students working at the centre.

The Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) located at Hvidovre Hospital is looking for a part-time student assistant within the field of statistics from February 2016. The job involves modeling of longitudinal brain and behavioral data, with the aim to gain a better understanding of how the brain matures and how this is related to behavioral development.
Mondag 23rd Nov. 2015 14.00-15.00, Prof. Dr. Jens Brüning from the Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research, Köln, is giving a presentation entitled Neonatal programming of metabolic diseases at the DRCMR. Follow the link for additional details.
An intensive three-­day TMS course and workshop will be held at the DRCMR December 7th-9th, 2015.
The focus of the Culture Night at the Medical Museion will this year be "The raw material of medical science from cadaver to DNA".
Course title: Magnetic Resonance Imaging Basics
A PhD course with the following title is offered January 2016 arranged by the DRCMR:
Since their release in 2011, there were approximately 500 weekly views of educational YouTube videos on MRI techniques made by Lars G. Hanson from the DRCMR and DTU Elektro. 
A close DRCMR collaborator, Professor James B. Rowe from University of Cambridge, has been appointed as Honorary Professor in Clinical Neuroscience at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at University of Copenhagen. Congratulations!  
Two positions at Biomedical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark, related to MRI and involving DRCMR and DTU employees are currently open
A range of interesting talks on research highlights and Danish MRI history were presented at the DRCMR 30th year anniversary in May 2015.
On May 8th 2015, MD Sara Krøis Holm succesfully defended her PhD thesis on effects of glucocorticoid treatment. It unfortunately happened simultaneously with the DRCMR 30th year symposium, but went very well. Details about the thesis and the event is below. Contratulations to Sara!
A DRCMR 30th Anniversary Report [in Danish] is now available for download. It can be downloaded as a PDF optimized for screen or printing. It shows some of the historic highlights of the centre.
One of the strongest MR research scanners worldwide is now inaugurated at the Danish Research Center for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) located at Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark.
One of the first four Novo Nordisk Foundation Interdisciplinary Synergy Grants was in January 2015 awarded to Professor Hartwig R. Siebner from the DRCMR, and external collaborators at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
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