Radiological Sciences Laboratory
The Radiological Sciences Laboratory (RSL) is a section of the Radiology Department that conducts research in areas of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, X-Ray, X-Ray Computed Tomography and MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound. There are twelve PhD scientists who collaborate with numerous clinicians and researchers in other departments to develop improved imaging methods for scientific, diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
The RSL is housed in several locations including the Lucas Center for Imaging, the Grant Science Building, and the Technology and Innovation Campus. Facilities include four whole-body GE MRI systems and the Lucas Service Center which offers MRI access to hundreds of researchers both inside and outside the Radiology Department, and the Zeego X-Ray Lab, which offers a C-Arm X-ray system.
- Ningrui Li receives NSF graduate fellowship (4/2018)
- Ultrasound for the brain- Noninvasive Neuromodulation with Nanoparticles (11/2017)
- Steve Leung named as 2018 Siebel Scholar (11/2017)
- Award Winning Science at ISMRM (04/2017)
- Professor Daniel Spielman named Fellow of the ISMRM (04/2017)
- Patrick Ye and Akshay Chaudhari named as 2017 Siebel Scholars (09/2016)
- NEJM Study Shows MRgFUS Thalamotomy Aids Treatment of Essential Tremor (8/2016)
- STANFORD RECOGNIZED AS A FOCUSED ULTRASOUND CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (07/2016)
- Pendse wins 2016 ISMRM Challenge, parallel transmit (pTx) (05/2016)
- Dr. Garry Gold begins term as ISMRM President (05/2016)
- RSL Scientists Honored at JMRI 25 Year Celebration (05/2016)
- Award Winning Science at ISMRM (05/2016)