Biomedical Imaging

Research in biomedical imaging includes quantitative medical imaging; derivation of indices of cardiovascular health from multi-dimensional ultrasound images; quantitative modeling of physiological systems, heat regulation in infants, cardiovascular effects of anesthesia, pulmonary image analysis, cardio-vascular imaging, and three-dimensional medical imaging.  Nanoparticles are being developed as targeted contrast agents which also involves quantitative image analysis and rendering strategies.  These nanoparticles are designs for simultaneous/sequential use in MRI, CT and ultrasound echography.

Associated Faculty: Edwin L. DoveJoseph M. Reinhardt, Eric HoffmanRobert D. TuckerVincent A. Magnotta, John NewellJinhu Xiong, and Jose Assouline