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  • Professor Daniel Spielman named Fellow of the ISMRM

    Daniel Spielman received the select honor of being named Fellow of the ISMRM and was awarded his certificate at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii.


  • RSL Canary Challenge 2016

    The Radiological Sciences Lab (RSL) team, nicknamed "Lucas Skyriders" participated in the Canary Challenge 2016 bicycle ride, raising over $10,500 for research into early cancer detection.


  • Dr. Garry Gold begins term as ISMRM President

    Garry Gold has begun his term as president of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM).


  • Pendse wins 2016 ISMRM Challenge

    Mihir Pendse (EE graduate student working in Prof Brian Rutt's group) has won the parallel transmit (pTx) portion of the 2016 ISMRM Challenge.


  • RSL Scientists Honored at JMRI 25 Year Celebration

    Three papers published by RSL scientists were featured in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 25 year anniversary celebration at the ISMRM conference.


  • Jingyuan Chen elected as Trainee Representative of the ISMRM Brain Function Study Group

    April 2016 Ms. Jingyuan Chen, MSEE, has been elected as Trainee Representative of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)’s Brain Function Study Group.


  • Jang-hwan Choi wins ORS New Investigator Award

    March 2016 Dr.Jang-hwan Choi was awarded one of ten Orthopedic Research Society (ORS) New Investigator Recognition Awards for his presentation 'In Vivo 3D Measurement of Time-dependent Human Knee Joint Compression and Cartilage Strain during Static Weight Bearing'.


  • Karla Epperson wins SMRT President's Award

    Jan 2016 Congratulations to Karla Epperson, her Stanford co-authors Kevin Epperson, Kim Butts-Pauly, Han Lu, Max Wintermark and Anne Sawyer, and her collaborators from the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, MN, USA! Karla has received the most prestigious award at this year’s SMRT(Section for Magnetic Resonance Radiographers and Technologists) Annual Meeting, the ‘President’s Award’ for her abstract “Reproducibility Technique to Successfully Implement Magnetic Resonance Elastography of the Brain in Routine Clinical Protocol”.