Research

Brain Connectivity Mapping in Cerebrovascular Diseases

Amplitude and delays of BOLD spontaneous fluctuations (T. Christen, H. Jahanian, W.W. Ni)

Resting-State BOLD functional connectivity mapping in Moyamoya and Stroke patients (H. Jahanian, T. Christen)

Structural connectivity mapping with Diffusion Tensor Imaging (S. Soman

Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping (QSM)

Magnetic Susceptibility at Ultra High Field (7T) (J.M. Park)

Plural Contrast Imaging (S. Holdsworth, S. Soman)

Susceptibility Tensor Imaging (J.M. Park)

Magnetic Susceptibility in Pediatric Tumor Patients (S. Holdsworth, J.M. Park, S. Soman)

Improved Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL) Perfusion Imaging

Arterial Spin labeling with mtion corrrection using pcASL and PROMO (W. Zun, H. Jahanian)

Optimization of 2D/3D velocity-selective arterial spin labeling (W. Zun, H. Jahanian)

Cerebral hemodynamics and collaterals in acute ischemic stroke (W. Zun, H. Jahanian)

Imaging with Ultrasmall Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide (USPIO) Particles in Humans

Steady-State and Dynamic perfusion Mapping (T. Christen, W. Ni)

Enhanced sensitivity for functional MRI (D. Qiu, T. Christen)

 

Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting

(T. Christen, N. Pannetier, W. Ni)

Fast Pediatric MRI Protocols

(S. Holdsworth)

Imaging of Brain Oxygenation

Work in progress.....

Quantitative BOLD Imaging

GESFIDE and R2' Mapping

Gaseous Challenges

Greg Zaharchuk, MD., PhD.

Associate Professor of Radiology
Office: Lucas Center, PS-04
Phone: (650) 735-6172
Email: gregz@stanford.edu

Michael E. Moseley, PhD.

Professor, Radiology
Office: Lucas Center, Rm PS-062
Phone: (650) 723-8697
email: moseley@stanford.edu