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Gareth Davies


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    Research Output 2001 2019

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    Bilateral Breast coil for Fast Field-Cycling Relaxometric MRI

    Davies, G. R., Broche, L., Gagliardi, T., Lurie, D. J. & Ross, P. J., May 2019.

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    Comparison of fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging methods and future perspectives

    Bödenler, M., de Rochefort, L., Ross, P. J., Chanet, N., Guillot, G., Davies, G. R., Gösweiner, C., Scharfetter, H., Lurie, D. J. & Broche, L. M., 2019, In : Molecular Physics. 117, 7-8, p. 832-848 17 p.

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    Magnetic resonance
    magnetic resonance
    Molecular Dynamics Simulation
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Molecular dynamics

    A Fast Field-Cycling MRI system for clinical applications

    Ross, P. J., Broche, L., Davies, G. R. & Lurie, D. J., Sep 2018.

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    Fast Field-Cycling MRI technology: prototype human scanner and first clinical results

    Lurie, D. J., Broche, L., Davies, G. R., Guzman Gutierrez, G., Macleod, M. & Ross, P. J., Oct 2018.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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