Recent research shows that sodium MRI can predict cancer response to chemotherapy. The National Cancer Institute is funding NYU Grossman School of Medicine to develop and validate the method.
Anna Chen, PhD candidate in biomedical imaging, talks about what led her to research, why she’s working with MR spectroscopy, and how she’s learning about business.
Imaging scientists around the world are looking into this simple transmitter to deal with breathing motion in MRI scans. NYU Langone offers resources to kickstart their research.
Mariana Lazar, medical imaging researcher who investigates psychiatric disorders, talks about recent findings, mentoring students, and learning by doing.
Krzysztof Geras and Jan Witowski, machine learning researchers in medical imaging, talk about understanding one’s data, working across disciplines, and radiologists’ “new colleague.”
A combination of radiologists and AI reduced overdiagnosis and more accurately identified breast cancer in ultrasound exams.
Florian Knoll, incoming chair of imaging at University of Erlangen–Nuremberg, talks about his background, not being greedy, and why he does what he does.
Scientists combine particle physics and neuroscience to visualize a key element of the nervous system.
NYU researchers won a deep learning challenge to detect lesions in digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) images. We discuss the obstacles that DBT poses to deep learning and look at how our team navigated them.
Hong Hsi Lee, alumnus of the Biomedical Imaging & Technology PhD Program at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, has just completed postdoctoral training at our Center and is headed to a postdoctoral fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. We take a look at his journey.