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).



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Associate Professor of Radiology, and (by courtesy) Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering

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