Noam Ben-Eliezer

Noam Ben-Eliezer, PhD
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Radiology
4th Floor 660 First Avenue New York, NY 10016
Educational Details: 
  • 1996 - 1999    Joint B.Sc. in Physics and Computer Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
  • 2001 - 2005    M.Sc., Physical Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
  • 2006 - 2010    Ph.D. in Chemical Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.


Research Interest: 
  • Development and clinical application of quantitative T2 mapping for brain, prostate and musculoskeletal MRI.
  • Extensive experience in developing spatiotemporally-encoded MRI techniques. Specific focuses on single-scan, multi-scan, spectroscopic imaging, 3D MRI, EVI and imaging around metallic objects.
  • Design, computer-simulations and implementation of MRI protocols, including general RF pulse design, frequency-swept and multi-dimensional pulses and fundamental spin-physics.
  • fMRI studies – using standard and spatiotemporally-encoded imaging techniques.
  • Image-reconstruction & processing using linear and non-linear optimization techniques, super-resolution deconvolution algorithms and signal-processing tools.
  • Post-processing and realtime techniques for the mapping and compensation of magnetic field inhomogeneities and image artifacts.
Selected Publications: 

Ben-Eliezer N, Frydman L, Sodickson DK. A parametric analysis of the spatial-resolution and signal-to-noise of super-resolved spatiotemporally-encoded (SPEN) MRI (under revision).

Ben-Eliezer N, Solomon E, Harel E, Nevo N, Frydman L. Fully refocused multi-shot spatiotemporally encoded MRI: robust imaging in the presence of metallic implants. MAGMA, 2012, 25(6): 433-42.

Ben-Eliezer N, Goerke U, Ugurbil K, Frydman L. Functional MRI Using Super-Resolved Spatiotemporally-Encoded MRI. Magn Reson Imaging, 2012, 30(10): 1401-8.

Ben-Eliezer N, Frydman L. Spatiotemporal encoding as a robust basis for fast three-dimensional in vivo MRI. NMR Boimed, 2011 vol 24(10): 1191-201.

Ben-Eliezer N, Irani M, Frydman L. Super-Resolved Spatially-Encoded Single-Scan 2D MRI. Magn Reson Med, 2010, vol 63(6): 1594-1600.

Ben-Eliezer N, Shrot Y, Frydman L. High-definition, single-scan 2D MRI in inhomogeneous fields using spatial encoding methods. Magn Reson Imaging, 2010, vol 28(1): 76-88.



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Philanthropic Support

We gratefully acknowledge generous support for radiology research at NYU Langone Health from:
• The Big George Foundation
• Raymond and Beverly Sackler
• Bernard and Irene Schwartz

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