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Brain Phantom

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An MRI is a powerful used in research and in clinical practice to look into the brain, learning not only its form but function. The brain of a subject is integral to the imaging and long duration imaging is key to the advancement of the MRI. Unfortunately the subject is vitally attached to the organ, making long duration scans dependent of the subject's mortal endurance. To further confound progress it is only convenient in death to mechanically dissect the brain, determining ground truth of the image. Brain Phantom will provide tools and expertise, enabling custom 3D brain analogs, identical under MRI. Accelerating trial times by easing calibration and allowing extra-human scan times.

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Project Name
Brain Phantom
Project Number
P20099
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Start Term
2019
End Term
2020
Faculty Guide
Dr. Corey Stiehl, cksbme@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Dr. Iris Asllani, icabme@rit.edu
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Benjamin Sacco role bjs4733@rit.edu
Emilie MacKinnon role em7583@rit.edu
Cole Miller role cjm8347@rit.edu
Mara McKain-Pitts role mem8663@rit.edu
Maya Lara role mxl2464@rit.edu

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