The Body Magnetic Resonance (BMR) Group develops and applies MRI to improve clinical care. We focus on breast MRI, abdominal MRI, MRI of osteoarthritis and MRI near metallic implants, with links between basic science, clinical imaging and industry. BMR is part of the Radiological Sciences Lab, Department of Radiology, School of Medicine, at Stanford University. Most of our students are in Electrical Engineering, Bioengineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
Accelerated Imaging of Metallic Implants Using Model-Based Nonlinear Reconstruction
Total joint replacement is a common surgery to treat end-stage joint pain, which is projected to exceed 4.
Motion-Robust Reconstruction of Multishot Diffusion-Weighted Images without Phase Estimation
Diffusion-weighted MRI is a widely used technique in neuroscience research, as well as for many clinical applications.
SNR-Weighted Regularization of ADC Estimates from Double‐Echo in Steady‐State (DESS)
Osteoarthritis is a difficult condition that has painful and debilitating effects on many people, leading to high medical costs.
Quantitative Imaging of Bone-Cartilage Interactions in ACL-Injured Patients with PET-MRI
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative whole-joint disease that affects more than half of the population during their lives and is the leading cause of disability worldwide.
April 2019 - Arjun Desai awarded NSF Fellowship
March 2019 - Alex Toews awarded NSERC Scholarship
January 2019 - Valentina Mazzoli awarded Rubicon Grant