Kenneth Kwong

Kenneth Kwong

On May 9, 1991, Dr. Kenneth Kwong, working at the Massachusetts General Hospital, succeeded in imaging the changing magnetic resonance (MR) signal at the visual cortex in response to flickering visual stimuli, using MR echo-planar imaging technology to acquire images of T2* weighted BOLD contrast. In August of the same year, Dr. Thomas Brady presented Dr. Kwong's real time movie of the evolution of the brain activation at a plenary lecture at the Society of Magnetic Resonance Conference in San Francisco.
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