Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the EUROMAR Board of Trustees, the AMPERE Society and the Scientific Program and Local Organizing Committees of EUROMAR 2023, we extend a very warm, Scottish welcome to you from this, the 19th European Magnetic Resonance Congress taking place in the host City of Glasgow, Scotland, July 2023.

The Congress takes place in-person from Sunday 9th to Thursday 13th July 2023 at the Scottish Events Campus, Glasgow, Scotland, a dedicated, fully equipped and serviced conference and exhibition facility located on the banks of the River Clyde.

The event will bring together magnetic resonance enthusiasts from across the globe. It will represent all disciplines that form the landscape of magnetic resonance, a foundation that continues to stimulate new and exciting research discoveries.

The heart of the Congress is the sharing of new ideas and insights and the demonstration of new applications of magnetic resonance, a field which continues to grow from strength to strength.

We are excited about the rich opportunities that the Congress will provide for dialogue, interaction and communication between delegates and partners alike.

Come and share in the conversation!

Fáilte! Welcome!

Local Organization leads
John Parkinson ∙ Sharon Ashbrook ∙ Frédéric Blanc

Dear Colleagues,

As Chair of the Board of Trustees of EUROMAR I welcome you the 19th European Magnetic Resonance Meeting 2023 in Glasgow. After the pandemic situation two years ago, we all recognized how important in-person contacts are for our scientific community. They not only constitute new collaborations and ideas but also contribute significantly to quality control by personal feedbacks and discussions, which are not so easy with online meetings. This is most important for young scientists early in their career working on their PhD project or as postdoctoral researcher. It was very nice to see so many of you again in person last year at the EUROMAR meeting in Utrecht and I am looking very much forward to stimulating talks, interesting poster sessions and plenty of time for discussion with all of you this year at the meeting in Glasgow.

Best regards
Thomas Prisner