Congratulations to Lydia LePage selected as one of 10 finalists of ISMRM video contest!

Being able to present your work to people outside your field is an important skill for every scientist. Communicating directly with the public provides scientists with an opportunity to accurately present their work, increasing public interest and generating enthusiasm in the next generation of scientists. Funding bodies and academic institutions increasingly expect researchers to participate in outreach and engagement with the public.

In 2018, ISMRM hosted a competition called Magnetic Moments, in order to identify the best public-facing description of a piece of work being presented in an abstract at the ISMRM-ESMRMB joint meeting. Congratulations to Lydia LePage, PhD, who was selected as one of the 10 finalists world-wide!

Check out Lydia's video below: