Professor David Lurie

Professor David Lurie
BSc, MSc, PhD, CPhys, CSci, FInstP, FIPEM

Chair in Biomed Physics & Bio Eng

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Professor David Lurie
Professor David Lurie

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The University of Aberdeen Bio-Medical Physics Building (Room F4)
School of Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition,
University of Aberdeen,
Foresterhill,
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Fast Field-Cycling MRI research project

IDentIFY H2020 project web site

Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre

David Lurie's CV

David Lurie's bibliography

Biography

Professor Lurie graduated in Natural Philosophy (physics) at the University of Aberdeen in 1979. He then went to the University of London where he completed an MSc in Radiation Physics and a PhD in Medical Physics at St. Bartholomew's Medical College. 

He joined the staff of the University of Aberdeen in 1983 as a research assistant, working with Jim Hutchison on low-field MRI. He was appointed Lecturer in 1985, and soon afterwards began working on methods for detecting free radicals using double magnetic resonance imaging. He was appointed Senior Lecturer in 1992, and to a Personal Chair in Biomedical Physics in 2002. 

His research is concerned with the development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology and its applications, primarily in bio-medicine. Previous work by Lurie and his team included Proton-Electron Double-Resonance Imaging ("PEDRI") imaging of free radicals, and continuous-wave MRI of solid materials. His current research is focussed on the development and use of Fast Field-Cycling magnetic resonance imaging (FFC-MRI). Professor Lurie was the Coordinator of an EU-funded research project, "IDentIFY" (2016-19) with 9 teams in 6 countries working to improve FFC-MRI; the IDentIFY project web site is here.

In September 2017, Prof. Lurie was awarded the Academic Gold Medal of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine, for "substantial and sustained track record at an outstanding level of contribution to the advancement of academic practice related to physics and engineering applied to medicine and biology."

Prof. Lurie has been a Visiting Scientist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and a Visiting International Scholar at Ohio State University. He is author of 78 peer-reviewed publications, 8 book chapters, 5 patents and over 280 conference abstracts. He has given 93 invited, keynote and plenary lectures at conferences and workshops around the world, as well as many invited seminars. In June 2019 he was invited to give the annual "IPEM John Mallard Lecture" at the UK Imaging and Oncology Congress in Liverpool, UK. He delivered three lectures at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minnesota, USA) in August 2019, having been invited there as Visiting Faculty.

He is Vice-Chair of the EU COST Action scientific networking initiative, "European Network on NMR Relaxometry" (2016-20). He is Chair of the Publications and Communications Committee of the European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics (EFOMP) and is Vice-Chair of the Course Accreditation Committee of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM). Prof. Lurie is an Associate Editor of the European Journal of Medical Physics (2019-21).

In this video, Prof. David Lurie explains the rationale behind FFC-MRI and its potential benefits. David Lurie and post-doctoral Fellow Lionel Broche are seen with the team's experimental FFC-MRI scanners.

Research

Research Interests

The research conducted by Professor Lurie and his team concerns the development and use of novel magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods, in order to extend the range of applications of MRI.

Fast field-cycling MRI
The research group's most recent research project is on Fast Field-Cycling MRI (FFC-MRI). Instead of keeping the applied magnetic field absolutely constant - as is usual in MRI - in FFC-MRI the magnetic field is deliberately switched rapidly, during the acquisition of image data. In this way it is possible to measure the NMR relaxation times (for example) of tissues as a function of magnetic field, thereby gaining access to new, and potentially very valuable, contrast mechanisms to highlight differences between normal and diseased tissues.

The project was featured in an article in Issue 6 (Autumn 2007, p21) of the magazine ScienceScotland, published by the Royal Society of Edinburgh. An article on the FFC-MRI work was published in the Spring-Summer 2008 issue of Aberdeen University's Innovate magazine.

In 2007 we received £2.4M from the RCUK's Basic Technology grant scheme for a project (2007-2011) to build new FFC-MRI imagers and to investigate potential applications of FFC-MRI in bio-medical research. In 2011 we received a further year's funding of £200k from EPSRC to investigate the feasibility of performing FFC-MRI on clinical MRI scanners using add-on hardware and software. In 2012 we secured funding from EPSRC to further develop FFC-MRI to work at zero magnetic field, with applications focussed on enhanced diagnosis of neurodegenerative conditions.

In 2015 we succeeded in securing funds from the European Union's Horizon 2020 scheme for a multi-centre collaborative research project on FFC-MRI (48 months from January 2016). The project, entitled "Improving Diagnosis by Fast Field-Cycling MRI" (acronym "IDentIFY") was led and coordinated by the University of Aberdeen, with Lurie as PI, and comprised a consortium of nine teams in six EU countries, with eight academic partners and two industrial SMEs. The total budget for the four-year project was €6.60m.

Free radical imaging
A major interest over the years has been the development and use of MRI techniques for imaging the distribution of free radicals. Free radicals are defined as molecules with one or more unpaired electron in their outer orbitals. They are known to be involved in normal metabolism, and it is widely believed that changes in their concentration can occur during the early stages of many diseases, including most inflammatory diseases, ischaemic heart disease, and possibly cancer. However, the evidence for free radical involvement has been mainly indirect, so there is a need for a method that can detect and image the distribution of free radicals in the body. This would greatly benefit research into the pathogenesis of many diseases, and would allow comparison of treatment regimes in animal models of human disease. If the imaging techniques can be made sufficiently sensitive, it may be possible to monitor the progress of free radical-generating diseases in humans.

In 1987 Prof. Lurie's group pioneered a new method of imaging free radicals called Proton-Electron Double-Resonance Imaging (PEDRI). This combines electron spin resonance (ESR) with MRI and enables high-resolution images of free radical distributions to be generated. Our research is aimed at improving the sensitivity of PEDRI, so that lower concentrations of free radicals can be detected, and also at speeding up the imaging process. This involves designing and building new hardware (magnets, radiofrequency coils, etc.) and developing new "pulse sequences" (control software).

MRI of solid materials
Another project is concerned with imaging solid materials by MRI. Most rigid solids exhibit extremely short NMR relaxation times (specifically, T2), making them impossible to image by conventional MRI. For example, the rigid polymer Perspex (polymethylmethacrylate) has a T2 relaxation time of about 15 µs. The problem with conventional MRI is that it uses pulsed excitation and pulsed magnetic field gradients - if the sample's T2 is very short, the NMR signal will have disappeared before it can be detected. Our approach is to use continuous-wave (CW) detection, so we call our method continuous-wave MRI (CW-MRI). Instead of applying pulses of radiowaves to excite the nuclear spins, we continuously bathe the sample with very low-power radiowaves, and continuously "listen" for a response. In this way, images can be obtained, even from samples like Perspex with extremely short relaxation times.

Research Grants

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Teaching

Teaching Responsibilities

Prof. Lurie teaches the physics of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on the taught postgraduate (MSc) programmes in Medical Physics and Medical Imaging.

Prof. Lurie has visited Khon Kaen University, Thailand on numerous occasions, to lecture on MRI physics. He has also helped to organise, and lecture on, four one-week MRI Schools there (in 1996, 2003, 2006 and 2013).

Further Info

External Responsibilities

Professor Lurie regularly reviews grant proposals for the UK Research Councils, Charities, the European Union, and other international bodies. He is a regular reviewer of manuscripts for a number of major journals in the field of MRI. He is an Associate Editor of the European Journal of Medical Physics (Physica Medica).

Prof. Lurie served as External Examiner for the MSc in Physical Sciences in Medicine, at Trinity College Dublin (2007-10). He was External Examiner for the Master of Medical Physics programme at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2011-14) and subsequently served as an External Advisor for the degree programme (2014-19).

He is a member of the Fellowship Panel of the Institute of Physics.

Prof. Lurie served as a member of the Healthcare Science Advisory Group of NHS Education for Scotland (2009-13).

He was a member of the Physics in Radiology Subcommittee of the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) (2014-2017), and served as Chair of that subcommittee for the 2017 conference. He was a member of the Programme Planning Committee of ECR for the 2018 and 2019 congresses.

Professor Lurie was the Chair of the Organising Committee and host of the 9th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, which was held at the University of Aberdeen in July 2015.

He is the Coordinator of an EU Horizon-2020 research project, "IDentIFY", with 9 teams in 6 countries working to improve FFC-MRI; the IDentIFY project web site is here.

Prof. Lurie is Vice-Chair of the EU COST scientific networking initiative "European Network on NMR Relaxometry" (2016-2020).

He is Vice-Chair of the Course Accreditation Committee of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) (2019-)

He is Chair of the Communications and Publications Committee of the European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics (EFOMP) (2020-)

Admin Responsibilities

Prof. Lurie is a member of the University's Quality Assurance Committee and acts as one of its Officers, with responsibilities for overseeing and monitoring undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.

For 15 years (2001-16) he was co-ordinator of taught Master's degree programmes in Medical Physics and Medical Imaging at the University of Aberdeen.

Bibliography

A complete list of publications can be found here.

CV

Prof. Lurie's CV can be found here.

Publications

Publications 

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  • Kruk, D, Rochowski, P, Florek-Wojciechowska, M, Sebastiao, P, Lurie, D & Broche, L 2020, '1H spin-lattice NMR relaxation in the presence of residual dipolar interactions: Dipolar Relaxation', Journal of Magnetic Resonance.
  • Baroni, S, Ruggiero, MR, Bitonto, V, Broche, LM, Lurie, DJ, Aime, S & Crich, SG 2020, 'In vivo assessment of tumour associated macrophages in murine melanoma obtained by low-field relaxometry in the presence of iron oxide particles', Biomaterials, vol. 236, 119805. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2020.119805
  • Abbas, H, Broche, L, Ezdoglian, A, Li, D, Yuecel, R, Ross, PJ, Cheyne, L, Wilson, HM, Lurie, DJ & Dawson, DK 2020, 'Fast field-cycling magnetic resonance detection of intracellular ultra-small iron oxide particles in vitro: Proof-of-concept', Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 313, 106722. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2020.106722
  • Kruk, D, Masiewicz, E, Wojciechowski, M, Florek-Wojciechowska, M, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2020, 'Slow dynamics of solid proteins: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance relaxometry versus Dielectric Spectroscopy', Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 314, 106721. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2020.106721
  • Broche, L, Ross, PJ, Davies, GR, Macleod, M-J & Lurie, DJ 2019, 'A whole-body Fast Field-Cycling scanner for clinical molecular imaging studies', Scientific Reports, vol. 9, 10402. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-46648-0
  • Davies, GR, Broche, L, Gagliardi, T, Lurie, DJ & Ross, PJ 2019, 'Bilateral Breast coil for Fast Field-Cycling Relaxometric MRI', 27th Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Montreal, CANADA, 11/05/19. <> [Online] DOI: https://www.identify-project.eu/documents/Publications/2019_ISMRM_Bilateral_Breast_coil_for_FFC_GD.pdf
  • Bödenler, M, de Rochefort, L, Ross, PJ, Chanet, N, Guillot, G, Davies, GR, Gösweiner, C, Scharfetter, H, Lurie, DJ & Broche, LM 2019, 'Comparison of fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging methods and future perspectives', Molecular Physics, vol. 117, no. 7-8, pp. 832-848. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00268976.2018.1557349
  • Kruk, D, Masiewicz, E, Borkowska, AM, Rochowski, P, Fries, PH, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2019, 'Dynamics of Solid Proteins by Means of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry', Biomolecules, vol. 9, no. 11, 652. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/biom9110652
  • Kruk, D, Rochowski, P, Masiewicz, E, Wilczynski, S, Wojciechowski, M, Broche, L & Lurie, D 2019, 'Mechanism of Water Dynamics in Hyaluronic Dermal Fillers Revealed by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry', ChemPhysChem, vol. 20, no. 21, pp. 2816-2822. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.201900761
  • Lurie, DJ, Ross, PJ & Broche, LM 2019, Techniques and Applications of Field-cycling Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. in R Kimmich (ed.), Field-cycling NMR Relaxometry: Instrumentation, Model Theories and Applications. New Developments in NMR, no. 18, vol. 2019-January, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 358-384. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788012966-00358
  • Kishimoto, S, Krishna, MC, Khramtsov, VV, Utsumi, H & Lurie, DJ 2018, 'In Vivo Application of Proton-Electron Double-Resonance Imaging', Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, vol. 28, no. 15, pp. 1345-1364. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1089/ars.2017.7341
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2018, 'A Fast Field-Cycling MRI system for clinical applications', 2018 ISMRM British Chapter Annual meeting, 1/09/18. <> [Online] DOI: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/ffc-mri/documents/pdf/abstract_Ross_BCISMRM_2018.pdf
  • Macleod, MJ, Broche, L, Ross, J, Guzman-Guttierez, G & Lurie, D 2018, 'A novel imaging modality (Fast Field-Cycling MRI) identifies ischaemic stroke at ultra-low magnetic field strength', International Journal of Stroke, vol. 13, no. 3_Suppl, pp. 62-63. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1747493018801108
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Guzman Gutierrez, G, Macleod, M & Ross, PJ 2018, 'Fast Field-Cycling MRI technology: prototype human scanner and first clinical results', Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, UNITED STATES, 25/11/18. <> [Online] DOI: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/ffc-mri/documents/pdf/abstract_Lurie_RSNA_2018.pdf
  • Ashcroft, GP, Myint, PK, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2018, 'Fast-field cycling magnetic resonance imaging – developing a new biomarker for early osteoarthritis of the knee', Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, vol. 26, no. Supplement 1, pp. S467. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joca.2018.02.881
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2018, 'Simple algorithm for the correction of MRI image artefacts due to random phase fluctuations', The ISMRM 26th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Paris, France, 16/06/18 pp. 2710.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'A Fast Field-Cycling MRI system for clinical applications', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2017, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 16/06/17.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'A Fast Field-Cycling MRI system for clinical applications', 34th Annual Congress of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), Barcelona, Spain, 19/10/17 - 21/10/17 pp. 56.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, A new human-scale fast Field-cycling MRI system for clinical applications. in Proceedings of the 25th ISMRM Annual Meeting, Honolulu., 2677, The ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Honolulu, United States, 22/04/17.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'A new human-scale fast Field-cycling MRI system for clinical applications', The ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Honolulu, United States, 22/04/17 - 27/04/17 pp. 2677.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Lurie, DJ & Broche, LM 2017, 'Correction of environmental magnetic fields for the acquisition of Nuclear magnetic relaxation dispersion profiles below Earth’s field', Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 282, pp. 38-46. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2017.07.008
  • Broche, L, Ross, PJ, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'Design and commissioning of a whole-body 0.2 T fast field-cycling MRI magnet', 10th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Mikolajki, Poland, 5/06/17 - 7/06/17 pp. 7.
  • Baroni, S, Geninatti Crich, S, Broche, L, Lurie, DJ & Aime, S 2017, 'Evolution of the Quadrupole Peak determinants in the NMRD profile of biological tissue. A relaxometric study of model samples', 10th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Mikolajki, Poland, 5/06/17 - 7/06/17 pp. 35.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2017, 'Fast Field-Cycling Magnetic Resonance Imaging', 10th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Mikolajki, Poland, 5/06/17 - 7/06/17 pp. 6.
  • Broche, L, Huang, Y, Pierre, S, Berger, F, Lurie, DJ, Fries, P & Lahrech, H 2017, 'Fast Field-Cycling NMR of human glioma resections: characterization of heterogeneity', The ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Honolulu, United States, 22/04/17 - 27/04/17 pp. 3790.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2017, 'Fast Field-cycling MRI: T1-Dispersion for Enhanced Medical Diagnosis', AMPERE NMR School (2017), Zakopane, Poland, 25/06/17 - 1/07/17 pp. 19. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.euromar2017.org/files/UserFiles/Euromar_2017_abstracts.pdf
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2017, 'Fast Field-cycling Magnetic Resonance Imaging', European Conress on Magnetic Resonance (EUROMAR 2017), Warsaw, Poland, 2/07/17 - 6/07/17 pp. 378. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.euromar2017.org/welcome/art/91/0
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2017, 'Fast Field-cycling Magnetic Resonance Imaging', Italian Magnetic Resonance Group XLVI National Congress, Fisciano, Italy, 27/09/17 - 29/09/17 pp. 11. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.gidrm.org/images/congress/salerno2017/BookAbstract_UNISA_2017.pdf
  • Payne, NR, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'Optimisation of Fast Field-Cycling MRI pulse sequences by numerical simulation', The ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Honolulu, United States, 22/04/17 - 27/04/17 pp. 3791.
  • Lurie, DJ 2017, 'Overhauser MRI of free radicals', International Conference on Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging of Biological Systems (2017), Morgantown, United States, 16/07/17 - 22/07/17 pp. 47.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'Progress on imaging using a 0.2 T whole-body Fast Field-Cycling system', 10th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Mikolajki, Poland, 5/06/17 - 7/06/17.
  • Broche, LM, Ross, PJ, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'Simple algorithm for the correction of MRI image artefacts due to random phase fluctuations', Magnetic Resonance Imaging, vol. 44, pp. 55-59. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mri.2017.07.023
  • Payne, NR, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'Simulation of Fast Field-Cycling MRI inversion-recovery pulse sequences to inform experimental parameters', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2017, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 16/06/17 pp. 59.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'The T1-Dispersion Curve as a Biomarker of Colorectal Cancer', The ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Honolulu, United States, 22/04/17 - 27/04/17 pp. 1000.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L, Murray, G & Lurie, DJ 2017, 'The T1-Dispersion Curve as a Biomarker of Colorectal Cancer', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2017, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 16/06/17 pp. 58.
  • Payne, NR, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2016, 'A Q-switch system for an MRI RF coil operating at 2.5 MHz', 24th Annual Scientific Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2016), Singapore, Singapore, 7/05/16 - 13/05/16 pp. 2174.
  • Payne, NR, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2016, 'A Q-switch system for an MRI RF coil operating at 2.5 MHz', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting (2016), Stirling, United Kingdom, 17/06/16.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2016, 'Calibration of a Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometer for Measurements on Biological Samples that Extend to Ultra-Low Magnetic Fields', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting (2016), Stirling, United Kingdom, 17/06/16.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2016, 'Calibration of a Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometer for Measurements on Biological Samples that Extend to the Ultra-Low Field Region', 33rd Annual meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), 2016, Vienna, Austria, 29/09/16 - 1/10/16 pp. 41.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2016, 'Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry Extended in the Ultra-Low Field Region: Calibration Method and Acquisition of T1-Dispersion Curves that reach 2.3 µT', 24th Annual Scientific Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2016), Singapore, Singapore, 7/05/16 - 13/05/16.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2016, 'Field-Cycling Magnetic Resonance Imaging - a Curiosity or the Next Big Thing?', AMPERE NMR School (2016), Zakopane, Poland, 13/06/16 - 17/06/16 pp. 11.
  • Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Accelerated Field-Cycling MRI using Keyhole Imaging', ESMRMB 2015 Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 1/10/15 - 3/10/15.
  • Lahrech, H, Broche, LM, Ashcroft, GP, Fries, PH, Belorizky, E, Bouamrani, A, Mombrun, A, Berger, F & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Analysis of human glioma by FFC NMR', 9th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 27/07/15 - 30/07/15 pp. 21.
  • Broche, LM, Mombrun, A, Stephanov, O, Bouamrani, A, Berger, F, Lurie, DJ, Fries, PH & Lahrech, H 2015, 'Characterisation of human glioma resections by Fast Field-Cycling NMR', ESMRMB 2015 Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 1/10/15 - 3/10/15.
  • Broche, LM, Zampetoulas, V, Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Detection of tissue remodelling by Fast Field-Cycling methods', ESMRMB 2015 Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 1/10/15 - 3/10/15. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.ffc-mri.org/pdf/abstract_broche_esmrmb2015.pdf
  • Payne, NR, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Development of an RF coil tuning system to enable Nuclear Quadrupole Double Resonance in Fast Field-Cycling MRI', 9th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 27/07/15 - 30/07/15 pp. 50.
  • Payne, NR, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Enabling Nuclear Quadrupole Double Resonance capabilities for Fast Field-Cycling MRI', ESMRMB 2015 Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 1/10/15 - 3/10/15.
  • Payne, NR, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Equipping FFC MRI for Nuclear Quadrupole Double Resonance', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 12/06/15.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, LM, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2015, 'Fast Field-Cycling MRI: A New Imaging Modality', AMPERE NMR School (2015), Zakopane, Poland, 15/06/15 - 19/06/15 pp. 14.
  • Lurie, D, Broche, LM, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2015, 'Fast Field-Cycling MRI: Demonstration of New Technology for T1-Dispersion Contrast', 101st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), 2015, Chicago, United States, 29/11/15 - 4/12/15 pp. SSJ23-02.
  • Yucel-Finn, A, Broche, L, Ross, PJ & Lurie, D 2015, 'Fast Field-Cycling NMR (FFC-NMR): A novel way to age thrombus in vivo?', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 12/06/15 pp. 34.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, LM, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Pine, KJ, Ross, J & Zampetoulas, V 2015, 'Fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging: a new imaging modality', Insights into Imaging, vol. 6, no. Supp 1, B-0315. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13244-015-0387-z
  • Davies, GR, Broche, LM, Pine, KJ, Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'In vivo human brain imaging at 0.2 T using a whole-body fast field-cycling MRI system', 9th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 27/07/15 - 30/07/15 pp. 46.
  • Davies, GR, Broche, LM, Lurie, DJ, Pine, KJ & Ross, PJ 2015, 'In vivo human brain imaging at 0.2 T with a whole body fast field-cycling system', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 12/06/15.
  • Davies, GR, Broche, L, Lurie, DJ, Pine, KJ & Ross, PJ 2015, 'In vivo human brain imaging at 0.2 T with a whole body fast field-cycling system', ESMRMB 2015 Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 1/10/15 - 3/10/15.
  • Broche, LM, Ross, PJ, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Molecular biomarkers in human pathologies from fast field-cycling MRI', World Molecular Imaging Congress 2015, Honolulu, United States, 2/09/15 - 5/09/15. <> [Online] DOI: http://homepages.abdn.ac.uk/d.lurie/pages/pdf/abstract_broche_wmic2015.pdf
  • Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Rapid Fast Field-Cycling Imaging using the Keyhole Technique', 9th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 27/07/15 - 30/07/15 pp. 34.
  • Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Rapid Fast Field-Cycling MRI using Keyhole Imaging', 23rd Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2015), Toronto, Canada, 30/05/15 - 5/06/15 pp. 2454.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Rapid field-cycling MRI using fast spin-echo', Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 1120-1124. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.25233
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Rapid field-cycling MRI using fast spin-echo', Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 1120-1124. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.25233
  • Broche, LM, Ross, PJ, Davies, GG, Payne, NR, Zampetoulas, V & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Recent Progress in Fast Field-Cycling MRI', 9th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 27/07/15 - 30/07/15 pp. 20.
  • Pine, KJ, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Spatial localization of relaxation dispersion by field-cycling with one-dimensional projection', 23rd Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2015), Toronto, Canada, 30/05/15 - 5/06/15 pp. 2470.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Ultra-Low Field NMR Relaxometry: Calibration Method and T1-Dispersion below 1000 Hz', 23rd Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2015), Toronto, Canada, 30/05/15 - 5/06/15 pp. 1681.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Ultra-low field NMR relaxometry: calibration method and acquisition of T1-dispersion curves from biological samples extended to the region of μT', 9th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 27/07/15 - 30/07/15 pp. 19.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Ultra-low field NMR relaxometry: calibration method and acquisition of T1-dispersion curves from biological samples extended below 1000 Hz', ESMRMB 2015 Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 1/10/15 - 3/10/15.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, LM & Lurie, DJ 2015, 'Ultra-low field NMR relaxometry on biological samples: calibration and acquisition of T1-dispersion curves below 1000 Hz', SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 12/06/15.
  • Payne, NR, Broche, L, Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'A varactor-tuned RF coil for nuclear quadrupole double resonance with Fast Field-Cycling MRI', AMPERE NMR School (2014), Zakopane, Poland, 22/06/14 - 28/06/14 pp. P74.
  • Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Accelerated Field‐Cycling MRI using the Keyhole Technique', Annual Scientific Meeting of ISMRM British Chapter (2014), Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 4/09/14 - 5/09/14 pp. PP1B.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Calibration of a Fast Field Cycling Relaxometer for Ultra-Low Field Measurements of T1-Dispersion', AMPERE NMR School (2014), Zakopane, Poland, 22/06/14 - 28/06/14 pp. P92.
  • Zampetoulas, V, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Calibration of a Fast Field Cycling Relaxometer for Ultra‐Low Field Measurements of T1‐Dispersion', Annual Scientific Meeting of ISMRM British Chapter (2014), Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 4/09/14 - 5/09/14 pp. P1B.
  • Broche, L, Davies, GR, Koss, DJ, Pine, KJ, Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Clinical applications of Fast Field‐Cycling techniques', Annual Scientific Meeting of ISMRM British Chapter (2014), Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 4/09/14 - 5/09/14 pp. PP1A.
  • Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Commentary: Electron spin resonance imaging studies of biological systems', British Journal of Radiology, vol. 69, no. 827, pp. 983-984. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1259/0007-1285-69-827-983
  • Payne, NR, Broche, L, Ross, PJ & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Development of a voltage‐tuneable RF coil to enable double resonance experiments with Fast Field‐Cycling MRI', Annual Scientific Meeting of ISMRM British Chapter (2014), Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 4/09/14 - 5/09/14 pp. P1C.
  • Pine, K & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Error propagation in fast field-cycling relaxometry', Quality Assurance in Magnetic Resonance, London, United Kingdom, 14/11/14 - 14/11/14 pp. 17.
  • Broche, LM, Kennedy, BW, MacEachern, C, Ashcroft, GP & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Fast field-cycling NMR of cartilage: a way toward molecular imaging', Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, vol. 22, no. Supplement, 102, pp. S66-S67. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joca.2014.02.136
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Pine, KJ, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2014, 'Field-Cycling MRI: a New Imaging Modality?', 8th European Conference on Medical Physics (2014), Athens, Greece, 11/09/14 - 13/09/14 pp. e8-e9. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejmp.2014.07.037
  • Pine, KJ, Goldie, F & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'In vivo field-cycling relaxometry using an insert coil for magnetic field offset', Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 72, no. 5, pp. 1492-1497. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.25040
  • Broche, LM, Ross, PJ, Pine, KJ & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Rapid multi-field T-1 estimation algorithm for Fast Field-Cycling MRI', Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 238, pp. 44-51. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2013.10.010
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Payne, NR, Pine, KJ, Ross, PJ & Zampetoulas, V 2014, 'Techniques and Bio-Medical Applications of Field-Cycling Magnetic Resonance', AMPERE NMR School (2014), Zakopane, Poland, 22/06/14 - 28/06/14 pp. 21.
  • Broche, LM, Pine, KJ, Davies, GJ, Ross, J & Lurie, DJ 2014, 'Translational studies with fast field-cycling MRI', European Congress of Radiology (2014), Vienna, Austria, 6/03/14 - 10/03/14 pp. 1-27. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1594/ecr2014/C-1067
  • Davies, GR, Pine, KJ & Lurie, DJ 2013, 'A Single-Magnet Fast Field-Cycling Whole-Body MRI System with Detection at 0.2 T', 21st Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, United States, 20/04/13 - 26/04/13 pp. 4341. <> [Online] DOI: http://cds.ismrm.org/protected/13MProceedings/files/TOC.htm
  • Broche, L, Ashcroft, GP, Boddie, D, Dundas, S, Gagliardi, T, Heys, SD, Lurie, DJ, McKenzie, T, Miller, I & Ross, PJ 2013, 'Analysis of musculoskeletal and breast tumours by fast field-cycling MRI', ESMRMB 2013 Congress, Toulouse, France, 3/10/13 - 5/10/13.
  • Mitchell, J, Broche, LM, Chandrasekera, TC, Lurie, DJ & Gladden, LF 2013, 'Exploring Surface Interactions in Catalysts Using Low-Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance', The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 117, no. 34, pp. 17699-17706. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1021/jp405987m
  • Kennedy, BWC, Broche, L, Ashcroft, GP & Lurie, DJ 2013, 'Fast-field cycling NMR is sensitive to the method of cross-linking in BSA gels', 8th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Turin, Italy, 23/05/13 - 25/05/13.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Kennedy, BWC, Pine, K & Ross, PJ 2013, 'Field-Cycling Magnetic Resonance Imaging', 8th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Turin, Italy, 23/05/13 - 25/05/13.
  • Broche, LM, Ashcroft, GP, Boddie, D, Dundas, S, Gagliardi, T, Heys, SD, Kennedy, BWC, Lurie, DJ, MacEachern, C, McKenzie, T, Miller, I, Pine, KJ & Ross, PJ 2013, 'Medical Applications of Fast Field Cycling MRI', 8th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Turin, Italy, 23/05/13 - 25/05/13 pp. 23-23. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.ffcrelax.com/ffcrelax2017/mainpage.php?folder=history&page=index.php
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L & Lurie, DJ 2013, 'Rapid Field-Cycling MRI using Fast Spin-Echo', 8th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Turin, Italy, 23/05/13 - 25/05/13.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Pine, KJ & Lurie, DJ 2013, Rapid Field-Cycling Relaxometric Imaging using Fast Spin-Echo. in Proceedings of the 21st ISMRM Annual Meeting ., 4217, ISMRM, Salt Lake City, 21st Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, United States, 20/04/13.
  • Ross, PJ, Broche, L, Pine, KJ & Lurie, DJ 2013, 'Rapid Field-Cycling Relaxometric Imaging using Fast Spin-Echo', 21st Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, United States, 20/04/13 - 26/04/13.
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Kennedy, BWC, Pine, KJ & Ross, PJ 2013, 'Techniques and Applications of Field-Cycling MRI', AMPERE NMR School (2013), Zakopane, Poland, 23/06/13 - 29/06/13.
  • Pine, KJ & Lurie, DJ 2013, 'Towards a quality framework for localized FC relaxometry', 8th Conference on Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Turin, Italy, 23/05/13 - 25/05/13.
  • Fagan, AJ & Lurie, DJ 2012, Absorption Methods for ESR and NMR Imaging of Solid Materials. in G Bydder, GF & I Young (eds), MRI of Tissues with Short T2s or T2*s. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester, pp. 171-184.
  • Pine, KJ, Davies, GR & Lurie, DJ 2012, 'Design and construction of a 0.2 T system for whole-body field-cycling MRI', Paper presented at ESMRMB 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal, 4/10/12 - 6/10/12 pp. 218-219. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10334-012-0322-y
  • Broche, LM, Ashcroft, GP & Lurie, DJ 2012, 'Detection of osteoarthritis in knee and hip joints by fast field-cycling NMR', Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 358-362. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.23266
  • Lurie, DJ, Broche, L, Davies, GR, Pine, KJ & Ross, PJ 2012, 'Human relaxometry and MRI using fast field-cycling', AMPERE NMR School (2012), Poznan, Poland, 24/06/12 - 30/06/12 pp. 22. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.ffc-mri.org/pdf/abstract%20-%20Lurie%20AMPERE%20school%202012.pdf
  • Broche, LM, Ismail, SR, Booth, NA & Lurie, DJ 2012, 'Measurement of fibrin concentration by fast field-cycling NMR', Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 67, no. 5, pp. 1453–1457. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.23117
  • O Hogain, D, Davies, GR, Baroni, S, Aime, S & Lurie, DJ 2011, 'The use of contrast agents with fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging', Physics in Medicine and Biology, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 105-115. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/0031-9155/56/1/007
  • Shet, K, Caia, GL, Kesselring, E, Samouilov, A, Petryakov, S, Lurie, DJ & Zweier, JL 2010, 'A novel variable field system for field-cycled dynamic nuclear polarization spectroscopy', Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 205, no. 2, pp. 202-208. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2010.04.015
  • Choi, C-H, Hutchison, JMS & Lurie, DJ 2010, 'Design and construction of an actively frequency-switchable RF coil for field-dependent Magnetisation Transfer Contrast MRI with fast field-cycling', Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 207, no. 1, pp. 134-139. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2010.08.018
  • Lurie, DJ, Aime, S, Baroni, S, Booth, NA, Broche, LM, Choi, C-H, Davies, GR, Ismail, S, O Hogain, D & Pine, KJ 2010, 'Fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging: Imagerie de resonance magnétique en champ cyclé ', Comptes Rendus. Physique, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 136-148. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crhy.2010.06.012
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