BMR News and Events
Dr. Brady Quist Completes his PhD
June 2016. Dr. Brady Quist, completed his PhDthesis, entitled "Model-Based Artifact Correction in MRI " describing ways to deblur MRI images near metallic implants as well as introducing a method to find a good balance between blurring and distortion in regions where field-map estimations are unreliable.
Akshay Chaudhari Awarded Siebel Scholars Fellowship
September 2016. Graduate student Akshay Chaudhari was awarded a Siebel Scholars Fellowship.
Evan Levine Awarded CBIS Best Poster
April 2014. Graduate Student Evan Levine won the best poster award at the annual CBIS Symposium for his poster entitled "View-sharing and Compressed Sensing in Two-Point Dixon-based DCE-MRI.
Dr. Saranathan's Research Featured in GE's MR Pulse
April 2014. Dr. Manoj Saranathan's research was recently featured in GE Healthcare's Spring 2014 MR Pulse Magazine.
Dr. Emily McWalter Receives New Researcher Advocacy Award
April 2014. Dr. Emily McWalter, Research Associate, was awarded a New Researcher Advocacy Award, to travel to the Coalition for Imaging and Bioengineering Research’s (CIBR) annual advocacy events on Capitol Hill and at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Uche Monu Wins DARE Fellowship
May 2014. Uchechukwuka (Uche) Monu was recently selected as a recipient of theDiversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence (DARE) Doctoral Fellowship.
Dr. Kristin Granlund Completes her PhD
August 2014. Dr. Kristin Granlund, completed her PhDthesis, entitled"Rapid breast MRI with low distortion" describes numerous technical developments to improve MRI of breast cancer.
JMRI Cover Features Saranathan Article
December 2014. Dr. Manoj Saranathan's article, "A variable spatio-temporal resolution 3D Dixon sequence for dynamic contrast enhanced breast MRI" is featured on the cover of theJournal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Hargreaves Named as ARR Distinguished Investigator
December 2014. Brian Hargreaves was named as a Distinguished Investigator by the Academy of Radiology Research (ARR), along with colleagues Dr.
Marianne Black Awarded NSERC Scholarship
March 2015. First-Year PhD Student Marianne Black was recently awarded a 3-year Graduate Scholarship by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).