Former PhD student receives Gorter award for PhD thesis

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Dr. Elisabeth Preuhs, a former PhD student of the Pattern Recognition Lab, received this year’s Gorter award (2nd place) for her PhD thesis on “Acquisition and Reconstruction Methods for Multidimensional and Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging”. The Gorter prize is awarded annually for outstanding theses of young researchers by the German Chapter of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (DS-ISMRM) and is endowed with 500 Euros. The ceremony was held in Aachen within the scope of the annual meeting of DS-ISMRM.