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Radiology Research Night

Date Posted: lunes, mayo 09, 2016

On Tuesday evening April 26, 2016, Michael King, PhD, Vice Chair for Research in the Department, hosted a Radiology Research Night. The goal of the event was for attendees to learn about research projects in Radiology and opportunities for joint research. The evening consisted of five minute talks by the senior basic science faculty and clinical faculty who do research. Each speaker discussed their current research projects and opportunities for residents to work with them.

Research Speakers

1. Michael King, PhD - Overview of Nuclear Medicine Physics Research Opportunities for Residents
2. Matthew Gounis, PhD - Large Animal “Stroke” Models: Development of Intravascular Therapeutic Devices
3. Sathish Dundamadappa, MD - Research opportunities in neuroradiology - current and in near future
4. Ajit Puri, MD - VasoCT and intravascular OCT for assessment of apposition after flow-diverter placement
5. Andrew Karellas, PhD - Research in Progress in the Radiological Physics Laboratory
6. Srinivasan Vedantham, PhD - Ongoing Research Projects
7. Alexei Bogdanov, PhD - Molecular imaging of inflammation
8. Guozheng Liu, PhD - In vivo Transport of Targeting Molecules
9. Clifford Lindsay, PhD - Motion Tracking for PET, CT, & SPECT
10. Gregory DiGirolamo, PhD - Unconscious Detection of “Missed” Abnormalities: Understanding how radiologists read and improving health outcomes
11. Khashayar Rafatzand, MD. Potential research projects were presented by Eileen Delaney, MD: Latrogenic ascites for displacing small bowel out of pelvic radiation field, Feasibility of functional stomach MRI using semi-solid meal & tissue tracking sequences, Resident Moonlighting Financial Model, New resident MRI readout & assessment model, UMass Radiology Department Research profile,

Radiology Residents and Fellows Andrew Karellas, PhD
Srinivasan Vedantham, PhD Alexei Bogdanov, PhD
Guozheng Liu, PhD Clifford Lindsay, PhD
Gregory DiGiorlamo, PhD Eileen Delaney, MD speaking for Khashayar Rafatzand, MD