Our group consists MR physicists, MR engineers, image scientists and application scientists, working collaboratively to advance MRI technologies and their biomedical applications. Our primary research interests are:
(1) Development of in-vivo MRI and optical imaging technologies for studying the brain and the retina,
(2) Application of imaging technologies to study normal anatomy, physiology and function in animal models and humans, and
(3) Application of imaging technologies to study stroke, retinal degeneration and retinopathy in animal models and humans.
Postdoctoral and predoctoral grants and positions available (pls send cv and interests to email@example.com) - need to be filled by Aug 2014
NEW!! T32 postdoc trainee slots available.
News and Events
Jan 2013 - ISMRM travel stipend recipients: Yash, Bianca, Sunil, Wei, Justin, Linlin, Guang
Mar 2013 - Palmaz awards: Sunil, Shen, Claudia, Andrew, Guang.
Mar 2013 - Eric Muir and Monica Wey (former PhD student) are elected to 2013 ISMRM junior fellows
Mar 2013 - Guang Li successfully defended his PhD dissertation and will be leaving for Medical Physics Residency Program in MD Anderson
Apr 2013 - Yi Zhang and Eric Muir receive awards for their ISMRM abstracts.
May 2013 - LinLin Cong receives Valero Graduate Stipend
Jun 2013 - Claudia Huerta receives AHA predoctoral training grant
Jul 2013 - Oscar San successfully defended his MS dissertation
Aug 2013 - Sunil Valaparla receives AHA predoctoral training grant
Nov 2013 - Eric Muir receive CTSA Pilot Grant
Dec 2013 - Lora Watts receives Mike Hoggs Foundation grant
Dec 2013 - Justin Long receives CTSA TL1/TST predoctoral training grant
... News archives
For perspective PhD students
(Multiple graduating student slots available. Apply to one of the program below and indicate your interests in our lab)
... Radiological Sciences Program
... BME program
... Integrated Multidisciplinary Graduate Program
Maintained by Timothy Duong