Method of Spatially-encoded NMR Parameters from Arbitrarily-shaped Compartments an Linear Algebraic Modeling

Case ID:
C13579
Disclosure Date:
4/28/2015
Description:
SLAM is a new method to accelerate the acquisition of NMR and MRI measurements that are spatially localized to arbitrarily shaped compartments, many-fold. If compartment-average indices can suffice, SLAM can speed-up clinical or animal studies by up to scores-fold, and generate quantitatively equivalent results to compartment average measures obtain by conventional (FT) MRI methods. SLAM’s ability to yield MRI measures within scan times of a minute or so, should facilitate its application in many clinical settings where scan time is at a premium.
Patent Information:
Title App Type Country Serial No. Patent No. File Date Issued Date Expire Date Patent Status
Method of Spatially-encoded NMR Parameters from Arbitrarily-shaped Compartments an Linear Algebraic Modeling ORD: Ordinary Utility United States 14/715,367 5/18/2015     Pending
Method of Spatially-encoded NMR Parameters from Arbitrarily-shaped Compartments an Linear Algebraic Modeling PCT: Patent Cooperation Treaty PCT PCT/US2015/031406   5/18/2015     Pending
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Jon Gottlieb
jgottl10@jhu.edu
410-614-0300
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