JCMR Journal Club is an expert online discussion with JCMR editors and authors - and you! JCMR editors pick recently published articles and discuss outcomes with the authors.
The forthcoming JCMR Journal Club is scheduled for 8th February 2023, 11am-12pm Eastern time (US and Canada). Dr. Scott Flamm will be joined by authors - Dr Sarah E. Kollar and Dr Laura Olivieri to discuss their article “Impact of ferumoxytol vs galolinium on 4D flow cardiovascular magnetic resonance measurements in small children with congenital heart disease”.
You can register for this event here.
JCMR Journal Club Recordings and CME
Did you miss the previous JCMR Journal Club? You can watch all recordings via the SCMR website.
In January, Dr Raymond Kwong was joined by Drs. Aaron T. O’Brien, Katarzyna E. Gil, Juliet Varghese, Orlando P. Simonetti and Karolina M. Zareba to discuss their article "T2 mapping in myocardial disease: a comprehensive review". The recording will be made available shortly.
Dr. Scott Flamm was joined by Dr. Einar Heiberg and Dr. Håkan Arheden in December to discuss their article "Infarct quantification with cardiovascular magnetic resonance using ‘standard deviation from remote’ is unreliable: validation in multi-centre multi-vendor data". The recording will be made available shortly.
In November, Dr. Matthias Stuber was joined by Dr. Pier-Giorgio Masci and Dr. Andrew Taylor to discuss their article “Quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM) of the cardiovascular system: challenges and perspectives”. You can view the recording on the SCMR website.
Dr. Raymond Kwong was joined by Dr. Deborah Kwon, Dr. Albree Tower-Rader, and Dr. Isadora Sande Mathias in October to discuss their article “Sex-based differences in left ventricular remodeling in patients with chronic aortic regurgitation: a multi-modality study”. The recording is available to watch here.
In September, Dr. Scott Flamm was joined by Dr. Christopher Roy and Dr. Matthias Stuber to discuss their article “Free-running cardiac and respiratory motion-resolved 5D whole-heart coronary cardiovascular magnetic resonance angiography in pediatric cardiac patients using ferumoxytol”. Watch the recording via the SCMR website.
Dr. Raymond Kwong was joined by Dr. Masliza Mahmod and Dr. Betty Raman to discuss their article “Right ventricular function declines prior to left ventricular ejection fraction in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy”. You can watch the recording via the SCMR website.
Dr. Matthias Stuber was joined by Dr. Mahesh Vidula and Dr. Yuchi Han to discuss their article “Cardiovascular magnetic resonance characterization of rheumatic mitral stenosis: findings from three worldwide endemic zones”. You can watch the recording via the SCMR website.
Dr. Scott Flamm was joined by Dr. James Moon and Dr. Rhodri Davies to discuss their article “Precision measurement of cardiac structure and function in cardiovascular magnetic resonance using machine learning”. You can watch the recording via the SCMR website.
Dr. Matthias Stuber was joined by Dr. Subha Raman in May to discuss their article “30-minute CMR for common clinical indications: a Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance white paper”.
Dr. Scott Flamm was joined by Dr. Peter Kellman in April to discuss their article “Bright-blood and dark-blood phase sensitive inversion recovery late gadolinium enhancement and T1 and T2 maps in a single free-breathing scan: an all-in-one approach”.
Dr. Raymond Kwong was joined by Dr. Reza Hajhosseiny in March to discuss their article “Clinical comparison of sub-mm high-resolution non-contrast coronary CMR angiography against coronary CT angiography in patients with low-intermediate risk of coronary artery disease: a single center trial”.
Dr. Matthias Stuber was joined by Dr. Mohammed S. Elbaz in February to discuss his article “Direct Mitral Regurgitation Quantification in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Using 4D Flow CMR Jet Tracking: Evaluation in Comparison to Conventional CMR”.
Dr. Raymond Kwong was joined by Dr. Reza Nezafat in January's Journal Club to discuss “Accelerated Cardiac T1 Mapping in Four Heartbeats with Inline MyoMapNet: A Deep Learning-Based T1 Estimation Approach.”