Current Lab Members
Craig S. Levin, Ph.D.
Professor of Radiology, and by courtesy, Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Bioengineering,
Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS),
Division of Nuclear Medicine,
Stanford University School of Medicine.
Stanford Profile | Research
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Dr. Gonzalez-Montoro has been mostly working on the design and evaluation of high efficiency Positron Emission Tomography (PET) detector blocks based on monolithic crystals and SiPMs, and on the implementation of positioning-algorithms for an accurate 3D photon impact coordinate determination within the detector.
Current Employer: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dr. Cates is interested in novel detector development for PET imaging. Specifically, his research investigates technologies and techniques for reducing the timing performance of scintillation detectors coupled to analogue and digital silicon photomultipliers towards statistical limits. He is also investigating depth-of-interaction techniques for ToF-PET detectors coupled to MRI-compatible photosensor technologies.
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Chen-Ming is interested in the front-end and back-end design of the medical devices. He is also interested in the molecular imaging instrumentation at the system level. Currently, he is developing a MRI compatible PET scanner insert dedicated to brain imaging.