MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Cellular & Molecular MRI Laboratory (CMMRIL)

Principal Investigator

Lab Members

This laboratory is interested in developing and using in vivo ultra-high field (e.g. 7 Tesla) Magnetic Resonance techniques to study human diseases. The increased sensitivity and enhanced contrast mechanisms at these high field strengths should provide insight to unsolved problems, especially in neuroscience and cancer. Projects involve iron-loaded cell tracking, down to the single cell level, as well as the development and application of novel MR probes (contrast agents) for improved visualization and quantification of specific physiologias cellular and molecular processes.



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