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Imaging Sciences | Research

The section of Imaging Sciences supports several internationally-recognized research programs. The MRI research program is world-renowned for its work in developing novel and highly-innovative vascular imaging applications. The tumor ablation program consists of both a pre-clinical laboratory for device discovery and development as well as an active clinical research program. The CT research program has developed a variety of novel imaging methods that improve image quality and reduce radiation dose. The dedicated contrast agent development laboratory is recognized for its development of a highly-selective and sensitive agent that targets tumors for purposes of diagnostic imaging or therapeutic treatment. A strategic alliance with GE Healthcare provides the latest software and hardware advances for use by section members.

To learn more about the research interests of our faculty members, please see links to their individual pages.


Last updated: 11/22/2017
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