Research Program

Overview

Our laboratory focuses on the development of novel in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy and multinucleaer imaging methods and their translation to the clinic.  This research is highly multidisciplinary combining MR physics and engineering, signal processing and information theory, biochemistry, and medicine with the goal of imaging metabolism in the human body.  Our primary areas of current research are MR spectroscopic imaging (MRSI) of hyperpolarized 13C-labeled substrates, measurement of brain neuroenergetics and neurotransmitter cycling, volumetric 1H MRSI, and GABA spectroscopy.  

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Related Groups

We collaborate with numerous researchers and groups, including the following:

The McNab Laboratory

The Rutt Laboratory

The Glenn Laboratory

The Chin Laboratory

The Recht Laboratory

The Willmann Translational Molecular Imaging Laboratory

Magnetic Resonance Systems Research Lab (MRSRL)

Radiological Sciences Laboratory (RSL)