14th National Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting
Special Symposium on “Advanced MR Applications”
(January 16 to 19, 2008)
Scientific Programme
Special Symposium on “Advanced MR Applications”
Wednesday, 16th January, 2008
Session I
Biomedical MR
Chairpersons – Prof. A K Mahapatra & Dr. R C Sawhney
Prof. C L Khetrapal
Prof. N R Jagannathan
Dr. R P Tripathi
Session II
Clinical imaging - I
Chairpersons – Prof. Veena Chaudhury & Prof. A K Singh
Surg. Cdr. Indrajit
Dr. Kohkan Shamsi
& Symbiotic Pharma Research, USA Mr Franz Schmitt
State of the Art Ultra High Field Imaging.
Siemens Medical Solutions, Germany TEA
Session III
High resolution Bio-Medical MR Spectroscopy
Chairpersons – Prof. G Govil & Prof. N R Jagannathan
Prof. Elaine Holmes
Prof. Raja Roy
Analysis of Human Intracranial Tuberculomas.
Dr. Uma Sharma
Spectroscopy (MRS) Study of Breast Carcinoma.
Prof. H M Sonawat
Dr. A B Patel
inhibitory neurotransmitter: an NMR perspective. TEA
1930 hrs – 2200 hrs
Symposium Dinner, (DROMI, Timarpur)
Special Symposium on “Advanced MR Applications”
Thursday, 17th January, 2008
Session IV
Functional MRI in Cognitive Neuroscience
Chairpersons – Prof. Seiji Ogawa & Dr. M K Mandal
Prof. David G Gadian
Radiology and Physics Unit, function relationships in childhood.
UCL Prof. T Sharma
Schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s Disease with Prof. Veena Kumari
Dr. Senthil S Kumaran
Representation of different emotions in the TEA
Session V
Clinical Imaging - II
Chairpersons – Prof. Viney Jain & Brig. Karni Singh
Prof. A K Mahapatra
Dr. Harsh Mahajan
Dr. Praveen Gulati
Dr. Marc van Cauteren
Session VI
POSTER Presentation - Part I (with Tea)
(P1 – P40)
Session VII
Latest Techniques & Instrumentation
Chairpersons – Prof. David G Gadian & Prof. P Raghunathan
Dr. Stefan Posse
large scale array coils and acceleration Dr. Michal Erb
Prof. Uwe Klose
Stochastic diffusion fibre tracking as a tool to analyze regions with low fractional Dr Tony Stöcker
Biophysics - Medicine, Research Centre Jülich, Germany Prof. S. Subramanian's 60th Birth Day
1800 hrs – 1830 hrs
Lecture Award Presentation – 1
Dr Siddhartha P. Sarma
Molecular Biophysics Unit, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India “Solution NMR Studies of Acetohydroxy Acid Synthase I:
Identification of the Sites of Intersubunit Interactions Using
Multidimensional NMR Methods”
Prof. S. Subramanian's 60th Birth Day
1830 hrs – 1900 hrs
Lecture Award Presentation – 2
Dr B. Jagadeesh
Centre for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Indian Institute of Chemical “NMR studies of folds and dynamics in molecules and molecular
assemblies: Secondary structures to surface induced order”
1915 hrs – 2045 hrs
(Dr. S. Bhagwantam Auditorium, Metcalfe House)
2045 hrs – 2230 hrs
Dinner, Metcalfe House
14th National Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting
Friday, 18th January, 2008
Session I
Bio-molecular NMR (Part I)
Chairpersons – Prof. B C Gerstein & Dr. S Ganapathy
Prof. R V Hosur
Dr. A C Kunwar
Super-secondary Structures from Foldamers Dr. H S Atreya
Secondary Structure Content in Proteins from NMR Spectra.
Dr. Vidya Raghunathan
Investigation of the role of the C-terminal extension of PGKC from Leishmania mexicana mexicana.
Mr Amit Kumar
quantum chemical studies on molecular properties and electronic structure of bioflavonoid luteolin and quercetin.
Session II
Solid State NMR and Theoretical Studies (Part I)
Chairpersons – Prof. C L Khetrapal & Dr. G Ilavazhagan
Prof. Anil Kumar
Dr. P K Madhu
solid-state NMR and its ramifications.
Dr. G J Krishna
Probing structure of Zeolites by Solid State Research & Development Centre, Faridabad, Haryana Mr Bibhuti B Das
Projection Reconstruction of 2D- Spectrum Dr. T S Mahesh
Designing NMR experiments using artificial LUNCH
Session III
1400 hrs – 1530 hrs
POSTER Presentation – Part II (with Tea)
(P41 – P79)
Session IV
Miscellaneous NMR Applications (Part I)
Chairpersons – Prof. A S Brar & Prof. K V R Chary
Dr. R K Sharma
Dr. Sudha Srivastava
- Adrenergic antagonist propranolol as a Dr. Detlef Moskau
Bruker BioSpin AG, Fällanden, Switzerland Mr Keiji Eguchi
Dr. Lakshmi Bala
pancreaticohepatobiliary cancer and benign patients: 1H and 31P NMR studies of bile.
Dr. Anjani K Tiwari
chemical and relaxometric properties of various GADOLINIUM (III)-DTPA-BIS (AMIDE) derivative based MRI contrast agents.
Mr Ravi Pratap Barnwal
3J(N-H) coupling constants in polypeptides.
1930 hrs – 2200 hrs
Banquet Dinner (Gymkhana Club)
14th National Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting
Saturday, 19th January, 2008
Session V
Solid State NMR and Theoretical Studies (Part II)
Chairpersons – Prof. Anil Kumar & Prof. P C Jain
Prof. B C Gerstein
Prof. K V Ramanathan
Prof. N Suryaprakash
Chiral discrimination by NMR: our recent Mr Manoj Kumar Pandey
Homonuclear Dipolar coupled two spin (I = 1) system with first order Quadrupolar interaction using contact transformation method.
Dr. Avik Mitra
algorithm using strongly modulated pulses.
Session VI
Bio-molecular NMR (Part II)
Chairpersons – Prof. R V Hosur & Prof. K V Ramanathan
Prof. K V R Chary
In Search of Ancestral -crystallins in Dr. M V Deshmukh
Towards solution structure of RNAi initiator Dr. S Ganapathy
and Sensitivity Enhancement via Two-dimensional SR26 11 Mr Rajendra Singh Thakur
to heteronuclear dipolar decoupling in solid-state NMR.
Session VII
Miscellaneous NMR Applications (Part II)
Chairpersons – Dr. A C Kunwar & Dr. A S Sarpal
Dr. S Raghothama
peptide templates as conformational constraints.
Dr. Neeraj Sinha
Triple resonance experiments for aligned samples solid state NMR of 13C and 15N labeled proteins.
Dr. Kavita Dorai
Exploring the limits of eigenbase quantum substantially increasing register size.
Ms Samanwita Pal
Dr. B K Sarkar
Imaging investigation on the induction of Mr Bikash Baishya
(SS-MQNMR): Determination of Signs and Magnitudes of Homo and Heteronuclear Scalar Couplings by Spin State Selection.
1600 hrs – 1630 hrs
Concluding Remarks
TEA (with snacks)
1700 hrs – 1730 hrs
NMRS General Body Meeting

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