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December 14th, 2019 by

Musculoskeletal MRI / NMR in Human Subjects

Believe me, Marty, you’re better off not having to worry about all the aggravation and headaches of playing at that dance. Where? Children. Oh, then I wanna give her a call, I don’t want her to worry about you. Pretty Mediocre photographic fakery, they cut off your brother’s hair.

Stop it. Well, Marty, I’m almost eighteen-years-old, it’s not like I’ve never parked before. Who do you think, the Libyans. He’s absolutely right, Marty. the last thing you need is headaches. Please, Marty, don’t tell me, no man should know too much about their own destiny.

Where does he come from? Yeah well look, Marvin, Marvin, you gotta play. See that’s where they kiss for the first time on the dance floor. And if there’s no music, they can’t dance, and if they can’t dance, they can’t kiss, and if they can’t kiss, they can’t fall in love and I’m history. Well, they’re bigger than me. I don’t know, I can’t keep up with all of your boyfriends. Oh, you make it sound so easy. I just, I wish I wasn’t so scared.

Ah, honey, your first novel.

Oh, if Paul calls me tell him I’m working at the boutique late tonight. Good morning, Mom. Oh, Marty, I almost forgot, Jennifer Parker called. That’s for messing up my hair. What’s going on? Where have you been all week?

We do now. In that case, I’ll tell you strait out. Quiet. Uh, Doc. Jennifer, oh are you a sight for sore eyes. Let me look at you.

What do you mean you’ve seen this, it’s brand new. Doc. C’mon, more, dammit. Jeez. Holy shit. Let’s see if you bastards can do ninety. Nothing, nothing, nothing, look tell her destiny has brought you together, tell her that she’s the most beautiful you have ever seen. Girls like that stuff. What, what are you doing George? Hey kid, what you do, jump ship?

What? Are you okay? He’s absolutely right, Marty. the last thing you need is headaches. George, there’s nothing to be scared of. All it takes is a little self confidence. You know, if you put your mind to it, you could accomplish anything. Listen, I gotta go but I wanted to tell you that it’s been educational.


ISMAR announces “Conversations on Magnetic Resonance”

April 2nd, 2019 by

ISMAR is happy to announce a new series of on-line discussions about research topics that are of current interest to the magnetic resonance community, called “Conversations on Magnetic Resonance”. Each Conversation in this series will focus on a specific topic and will include short presentations by a panel of experts. You are invited to join these Conversations from your own home, office, or laboratory, using your own computer, cell phone, or tablet. All participants will have opportunities to ask questions and make comments after the presentations. Each Conversation will be about 60-90 minutes in length. Conversations may also be recorded and posted on the internet for later viewing.

All ISMAR members (and all magnetic resonance people) are encouraged to participate. Please contact Rob Tycko at with any questions. Please also send ideas for future Conversation topics. We are hoping that Conversations on Magnetic Resonance will be a useful tool for exchanging information, accelerating progress, and developing new relationships across the international magnetic resonance community.

The first two Conversations will be:

April 24, 15:00 UTC, “Paramagnetic Dopants for Dynamic Nuclear Polarization: Can They be Improved Further?”, with presentations by Songi Han (UC Santa Barbara), Gael De Paepe (CEA-Grenoble), Bob Griffin (MIT), and Lyndon Emsley (EPFL).

June 4, 11:15 UTC, “High-Speed Magic-Angle Spinning: What are the Advantages and Limitations?”, with presentations by Tatyana Polenova (University of Delaware), Yoshitaka Ishii (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Guido Pintacuda (CNRS Lyon), and Beat Meier (ETH Zurich).

Links to these Conversations will be posted on the ISMAR web site ( ) approximately 24 hours before the start of each Conversation.

Please note that 15:00 UTC on April 24 will be 8:00 in San Francisco, 11:00 in New York, 16:00 in London, 17:00 in Rome, 18:00 in Moscow, 20:30 in Mumbai, 23:00 in Shanghai, and 24:00 in Tokyo. 11:15 UTC on June 4 will be 4:15 in San Francisco, 7:15 in New York, 12:15 in London, 13:15 in Rome, 14:15 in Moscow, 16:45 in Mumbai, 19:15 in Shanghai, and 20:15 in Tokyo.