Body MRI research includes creation of new hardware designs and contrast agents, faster acquisition sequences, and more precise and accurate processing methods for structural and functional assessment of organs and systems in the body. Our efforts are making a clinical impact in the areas of cancer detection (in breast, prostate, pancreas, etc.), image-guided interventions (e.g., tumor biopsy & ablation), diagnosing sleep apnea, and physiologic measurement of bowel, kidney, and the heart. Our musculoskeletal imaging research studies osteoarthritis and post-operative imaging near joint replacements.
Basic Body MRI Science | Clinical Body MRI Division