Service Projects

Service Projects (SPs) are interactions through which our Center makes cutting edge technologies available to outside investigators. The biomedical imaging technologies we provide to our SP partners are unique and not avialable anywhere else. As defined by the NIH, Service Projects "generally exploit the more mature capabilities" of Centers like ours, and, in contrast to Collaborative Projects, "do not drive the development of new technologies or devices" at the Center.

Our Center is currently engaged in 62 Collaborative Projects with investigators and clinicians at 35 distinct institutions in 8 countries on 3 continents.


Service Projects

SP No.
Area
Principal Investigator Institution (Department) SP Title CAI2R Personnel Interactions with TR&Ds SP Dates External Funding Status Humans, Animals
1
Neuro, Onco
Kim Butts Pauly, PhD Stanford University Focused-ultrasound-mediated therapy and neuromodulation C. Collins
G. Carluccio
E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 1
TR&D 2
TR&D 4
3/1/18-2/28/23
9/26/16-7/31/20
NIH R01 CA227687
NIH R01 MH111825
H,A
2
Onco
Gerburg Wulf, MD Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Novel uses of Pi3k-inhibitors for the treatment of advanced Pik3camutant breast cancer J. Paska TR&D 2 3/1/18-2/28/23 NIH R01 CA226776 A
3
Neuro
Michael Garwood, PhD University of Minnesota Imaging human brain function with minimal mobility restrictions C. Collins TR&D 2 2/30/17-6/30/22 NIH U01 EB025153 H
4
MSK
Ravinder Regatte, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Imaging biomarkers of knee osteoarthritis F. Knoll
R. Brown
K. Lakshmanan
F. Boada
TR&D 1
TR&D 2
8/1/16-4/30/22
2/6/15-11/30/19
NIH R01 AR068966
NIH R01 AR067156
H
5
Neuro
Lidia Glodzik, MD, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Psychiatry) Hypertension, brain clearance and markers of neurodegeneration F. Knoll
F. Boada
J. Logan
TR&D 1
TR&D 3
8/1/18-4/30/23
3/6/12-1/31/19
NIH R01 NS104364
NIH R01 HL111724
H
6
Other, Cardio
Zahi Fayad, PhD Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai MR-PET imaging of coronary atherosclerosis G. Carlucci TR&D 3 6/1/02-4/30/20
3/17/17-2/28/22
NIH R01 HL071021
NIH P01 HL131478
H
7
Neuro
Thomas Wisniewski, MD NYU School of Medicine (Neurology) Targeted PET agents for Alzheimer's disease immunotherapy G. Carlucci TR&D 3 2018- Institutional funds A
8
Neuro
8 Einar Sigurdsson, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Neurology, Neuroscience) Antibody derived PET ligands for Tau pathology G. Carlucci TR&D 3 3/15/18-2/29/20
8/15/18-4/30/20
8/1/11-5/31/22
NIH R21 AG058282
NIH R21 AG059391
NIH R01 NS077239
A
9
MSK
Samuel Ward, PhD
Lawrence Frank, PhD
University of California San Diego Time-dependent dMRI for myofiber characterization E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 8/11/17-7/31/22
7/1/17-3/31/22
NIH R01 AR070830
NIH R01 HD088437
H,A
10
Neuro
Kevin Chan, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Opthalmology) Glaucoma neuroimaging in humans and experimental animal models E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 9/30/17-6/30/22 NIH R01 EY028125 H,A
11
Neuro
Dolores Malaspina, MD
Oded Gonen, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
NYU School of Medicine (Radiology)
Hippocampal inflammation as a pathophysiology for psychosis R. Brown TR&D 2 9/15/17-6/30/22 NIH R01 MH110418 H
12
Neuro
Stefan Posse, PhD
Ricardo Otazo, PhD
University of New Mexico Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center High-speed and high-frequency fMRI of resting state connectivity D. Sodickson
F. Knoll
TR&D 1 8/15/15-6/30/19
4/1/17-1/31/19
NIH R21 EB018494
NIH R21 EB022803
H
13
Neuro
Xin Yu, PhD Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany Single-vessel fMRI with goldenangle radial encoding D. Sodickson
K.T. Block
TR&D 1 NIH BRAIN Initiative grant in preparation A
14
Neuro
Andrew Alexander, PhD
Peter Ferrazzano, MD
University of Wisconsin Madison MRI markers of functional outcome after severe pediatric TBI E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 4/01/16-3/31/20 NIH R01 NS092870 H
15
Neuro
Mark Does, PhD Vanderbilt University MRI toolbox for rodent brain microstructure imaging E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 12/01/15-11/30/19 NIH R01 EB019980 A
16
Neuro
Adriana di Martino, MD NYU School of Medicine (Child Psychiatry) Neuronal correlates of autistic traits in ADHD and autism H. Chandarana
F. Boada
E. Fieremans
TR&D 2
TR&D 4
7/20/15-3/31/20
8/21/18-6/30/23
NIH R01 MH105506
NIH R01 MH115363
H
17
Neuro
Xavier Castellanos, MD NYU School of Medicine (Child Psychiatry) Brain plasticity underlying acquisition of new organizational skills in children H. Chandarana
F. Boada
D. Novikov
TR&D 2
TR&D 4
8//9/17-5/31/19 NIH R61 MH113663 H
18
Neuro
Paul Glimcher, PhD New York University
NYU School of Medicine (Neuroscience)
Ultra-high-resolution exploration of functional neuroanatomy D. Sodickson
H. Chandarana
R. Brown
F. Boada
G. Carlucci
TR&D 2
TR&D 3
9/1/17-7/31/22
9/15/14-8/31/19
NIH R01 DA043676
NIH R01 DA038063
H
19
Neuro
Antonio Convit, MD NYU School of Medicine (Psychiatry) Diabetes, cognition and the brain F. Boada TR&D 1 4/15/18-1/31/23 NIH R01 AG055624 H
20
Neuro
Donald Goff, MD NYU School of Medicine (Psychiatry) Neuroimaging in schizophrenia F. Boada
D. Sodickson
TR&D 2
TR&D 3
7/16/18-4/30/23
5/24/17-2/28/19
NIH R01 MH112733
NIH R61 MH112833
H
21
Neuro
Mony de Leon, MD NYU School of Medicine (Psychiatry) PET measures of CSF clearance in preclinical Alzheimer's Disease J. Logan
G. Carlucci
E. Fieremans
TR&D 3
TR&D 4
9/15/17-6/30/22
5/1/18-4/30/19
NIH RH1 AG057570
NIH P30 AG008051
NIH R01 AG022374
H
22
Neuro
Emily R. Stern, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Psychiatry) Neurobiology of sensory phenomena in obsessivecompulsive disorder E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 4/21/17-1/31/22 7 R01 MH111794 H
23
Neuro
Ivan Kirov, PhD
Guillaume Madelin, PhD
NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Quantitative sodium MRI and proton spectroscopy in traumatic brain injury R. Brown
K. Lakshmanan
TR&D 2 7/5/16-4/30/21 NIH R01 NS097494 H
24
Neuro
Ricardo Osorio Suarez,MD
Ryan Brown, PhD
NYU School of Medicine (Psychiatry, Radiology) Neuroenergetic adaptations in alzheimer’s disease: Implications on amyloid burden and cognition R. Brown
K. Lakshmanan
G. Carlucci
TR&D 2
TR&D 3
NIH R21 AG061579 H
25
Neuro
Daniel Turnbull, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Skirball Institute, Radiology) Small animal neuroimaging and oncologic imaging K. Lakshmanan
C. Deniz
TR&D 2 9/22/04-4/30/19
4/1/99-9/29/18
9/30/16-6/30/20
3/1/18-2/28/23
NIH R01 HL078665
NIH R01 NS038461
NIH R01 EB022950
NIH R01 NS102904
A
26
Neuro
Mariana Lazar, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) The role of dysmyelination in cognitive impairment of psychotic spectrum disorders E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 3/1/16-11/30/20 NIH R01 MH108962 H
27
Neuro
Yulin Ge, MD
Sungheon Kim, PhD
NYU School of Medicine Developing advanced blood-brain barrier permeability imaging for early AD E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 4 2/1/18-1/31/21 Alzheimer’s Association Research Grant
AARG-17-533484
H
28
MSK
Smita Rao, PhD
Ryan Brown, PhD
New York University (Physical Therapy)
NYU School of Medicine (Orthopedic Surgery, Radiology)
Reversing diabetic peripheral neuropathy through exercise R. Brown
K. Lakshmanan
TR&D 2 7/1/18-6/30/20 NIH R01 DK114428 H
29
MSK
Riccardo Lattanzi, PhD
Martijn Cloos, PhD
NYU School of Medicine Hip Chondromics: Comprehensive Cartilage Characterization with MR Fingerprinting R. Lattanzi
M. Cloos
J. Asslaender
TR&D 1
TR&D 2
9/15/16-7/31/22 NIH R01 AR070297 H
30
MSK
Gregory Chang, MD NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Translation of hip microarchitectural assessment technology to the clinic to diagnose glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis J. Babb
C. Deniz
R. Brown
TR&D 1
TR&D 2
9/12/16-7/31/21 NIH R01 AR070131 H
31
MSK
Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Prediction of recurrent anterior shoulder instability using the on/off track method and 3D MRI: a clinical outcomes and costeffectiveness study J. Babb
R. Lattanzi
TR&D 1
TR&D 2
7/1/18-4/30/23 NIH R01 AR072614 H
32
Onco
Bachir Taouli, MD Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Prediction of portal pressure with liver and spleen MR elastography and 4D flow phase-contrast MRI K.T. Block TR&D 1 12/1/17-11/30/21 NIH R01 DK113272 H
33
Onco
Benjamin Neel, MD, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Cancer Center) Imaging tools for oncology H. Chandarana
R. Brown
F. Boada
G. Carlucci
E. Fieremans
D. Novikov
TR&D 1
TR&D 2
TR&D 3
TR&D 4
12/1/96-2/28/19
(renewal pending)
NIH P30 CA016087 H,A
34
Onco
Elaine Lynette Wilson, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Cell Biology) Genetic and imaging markers of invasive prostate cancer J. Babb TR&D 2 7/10/97-4/30/19 NIH R01 CA132641 H,A
35
Onco
Guillaume Madelin, PhD
Ryan Brown, PhD
NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Metabolic sodium MRI to assess early response of breast cancer to neoadjuvant chemotherapy R. Brown
C. Ianniello
TR&D 2 9/1/17-8/31/19 NIH R21 CA213169 H
36
Onco
Laura Heacock, MD NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Abbreviated breast MRI (AB-MRI) with golden-angle radial compressed-sensing and parallel imaging (GRASP): a short, comprehensive breast MRI exam ready for clinical prime time K.T. Block
H. Chandarana
TR&D 1 7/1/18-6/30/19 RSNA R&E Foundation Seed Grant H
37
Other
Rudolf Stollberger, PhD Graz University of Technology, Austria Mathematical methods for motionaware medical imaging F. Knoll
K.T. Block
TR&D 1 4/1/17-6/30/19 FWF PiR 27-N35 H
38
Other
J. Thomas Vaughan, PhD Columbia University Life Services LLC, Minnesota Coils for Human Whole Body Imaging at 7T C. Collins
J. Paska
L. Alon
R. Lattanzi
TR&D 2 6/1/11-8/31/18 NIH R42 EB013543 H
39
Other
Yonina Eldar, PhD Technion, Israel Information theory in continuous data acquisitions F. Knoll
H. Chandarana
TR&D 1 2019- Foundation and institutional funding H
40
Other
Ann Marie Schmidt, MD NYU School of Medicine (Endocrinology) Role of BAT Activity in mice receptor of RAGE G. Carlucci TR&D 3 2/1/99-11/30/18
4/1/16-3/31/21
12/9/16-11/30/20
NIH P01 HL060901
NIH R01 DK109675
NIH R01 HL132516
A
41
Other
Michelle Krogsgaard, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Pathology) Mechanisms of initiation of T-cell signaling by the TCR-CD3 complex G. Carlucci TR&D 3 5/1/18-2/28-22 NIH R01 GM124489 A
42
Other
Christopher Collins, PhD NYU School of Medicine (Radiology) Next-generation RF coils with high-permittivity material for improved performance in MRI R. Brown
K. Lakshmanan
TR&D 2 9/21/16-7/31/20 NIH R01 EB021277 H
43
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Koji Fujimoto, MD PhD Kyoto University Hospital, Japan GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
44
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Jeong Min Lee, MD
Jeong Hee Yoon, MD
Seoul National University Hospital, South Korea GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2014- Institutional funds H
45
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Marnix Maas, PhD
Tom Scheenen, PhD
Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, Netherlands GRASP
Dixon-RAVE
K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
46
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Christopher Wiggins, PhD Maastricht University, Netherlands GRASP
Dixon-RAVE
K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
47
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Berthold Kiefer, PhD
Robert Grimm, PhD
Siemens Healthineers, Erlangen, Germany GRASP
Dixon-RAVE
K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2014- Institutional funds H
48
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Stefan Schoenberg, MD
Philipp Riffel, MD
University of Mannheim, Germany GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2015- Institutional funds H
49
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Elmar Merkle, MD
Tobias Heye, MD
University of Basel, Switzerland GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2014- Institutional funds H
50
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Mu Koh, MD
David Collins, PhD
Royal Marsden Hospital, UK GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2015- Institutional funds H
51
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Steven Sourbron, PhD University of Leeds, UK GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2017- Institutional funds H
52
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Jeffrey Weinreb, MD
Steffen Huber, MD
Yale University GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2014- Institutional funds H
53
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Sheung Chee Thomas Ng, MD, PhD Brigham and Women’s Hospital GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2017- Institutional funds H
54
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Eve LoCastro, PhD
Douglas Phillips, MD
Cornell University GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2017- Institutional funds H
55
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Lev Bangiyev, MD SUNY Stony Brook GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2016- Institutional funds H
56
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Bachir Taouli, PhD
Octavia Bane, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai GRASP
Dixon-RAVE
K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2014- Institutional funds H
57
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
James Balter, PhD University of Michigan GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2015- Institutional funds H
58
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Joshua Trzasko, PhD Mayo Clinic GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
59
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Daniel Kim, PhD
Frank Miller, MD
Northwestern University GRASP K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
60
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Houchun Hu, PhD Nationwide Children’s Hospital GRASP
Dixon-RAVE
K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
61
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Jerod Rasmussen, PhD
Lauren Gyllenhammer, PhD
University of California Irvine Dixon-RAVE K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H
62
GRASP/Yarra Partner Network
Andy Stenger, PhD University of Hawaii Dixon-RAVE K.T. Block TR&D 1
Training & Dissemination
2018- Institutional funds H

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