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Faculty Profiles

Below is a list of faculty members involved in imaging research at Johns Hopkins. We've sorted the faculty members both alphabetically and by research focus. Clicking on a faculty member's name in the research focus list will direct you to their faculty profile in the alphabetical listing. Each profile contains basic information and links to other websites.

If you would like to update any of the information on this website, interview faculty members for our upcoming Research Showcase Blog, and/or have any questions, please email johnshopkinsimaging+professional@gmail.com.

We are also showcasing imaging researchers on our Hopkins Imaging Initiative Research Blog: http://hopkinsimaging.blogspot.com The research interests in the table of contents and researcher summaries below correspond to labels on this blog, which will feature more detailed interviews with faculty members.
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Faculty Listing by Research Category

The following lists group faculty members by research areas. Click on a faculty member's name to view their researcher profile.


Imaging Acquisition

The following lists categorize faculty members by the primary imaging modality used to acquire images in their research.

Biophotonic Imaging

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Biophotonics Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Biophotonics.

Computed Tomography (CT)

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on CT can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: CT.

Interventional Imaging

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Interventional Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Interventional.

MRI

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Magnetic Resonance Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: MRI.

Image Analysis

The following lists categorize faculty members by the primary focus of their image analysis methods.

Algorithms

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on novel algorithm development can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Algorithms.

Motion Correction

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Motion Correction can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Motion Correction.

Statistics and Large Datasets

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on statistics of large datasets can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Statistics.

Subjects

The following lists categorize faculty members by the subjects of their images.

Humans

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Cellular Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Humans.

Animals

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Cellular Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Animals.

Organs

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Cellular Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Organs.

Cells

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Cellular Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Cells.

Physiology/Organ System

The following lists categorize faculty members by the primary physiology (organ system, cells, animals, humans) research focus.

Neuro

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Neuro Imaging (brain, spinal cord, CNS, PNS, etc.) can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Neuro.

Cardiac

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Cardiac Imaging (heart, blood vessels, etc.) can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Cardiac.

Prostate

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on imaging of the prostate can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Prostate.

Tongue

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Tongue Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Tongue.

Pathological Focus

The following lists categorize faculty members by their research focus's primary pathology (diseases, injuries, etc.).

Alzheimer's Disease

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Alzheimer's Disease can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Alzheimer's Disease.

Cancer

More in-depth information and interviews for researchers focusing on Cancer Imaging can be found on our Hopkins Imaging Research Blog: Cancer.



Alphabetical Faculty Listing

Below is a list of faculty at Johns Hopkins who focus on imaging research.

Hopkins Faculty

Andrew Ewald, PhD

Position: Assistant Professor
Research Group: Center for Cell Dynamics
Primary Department: Cell Biology
Secondary Department: Oncology
Personal Webpage: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/cellbio/dept/EwaldProfile.html
Research Interests: Cellular and Molecular Imaging, Microscopy, Epithelial Morphogenesis, Cancer Invasion, Dissemination and Metastasis, Image Analysis, Computer Modeling

Elliot K. Fishman, MD

Position: Professor, Director of Diagnostic Imaging and Body CT
Primary Department: Radiology and Radiological Science
Secondary Department: Oncology, Surgery
Personal Webpage: http://www.hopkinsradiology.org/CT/Faculty/Fishman
Research Interests: CT, Diagnostic Radiology, Oncologic Imaging, Abdominal Imaging, Cardiac and Vascular Imaging, 3D Imaging and Analysis, MDCT/CTA Development and Design

Dara L. Kraitchman, VMD, PhD

Position: Associate Professor, Chief of Cardio-Interventional Magnetic Resonance Research
Research Group: Magnetic Resonance Research
Primary Department: Radiology
Personal Webpage: http://www.mri.jhu.edu/DivMRRes/kraitchman.htm
Research Interests: MRI, Cardiovascular MRI, CT, Cell Imaging, Interventional Imaging
Faculty Profiles

Jonathan S. Lewin, MD

Position: Professor, Chairman of the Department of Radiology and Radiological Science
Primary Department: Radiology
Secondary Department: Oncology, Neurosurgery, Biomedical Engineering
Personal Webpage: http://www.hopkinsradiology.org/Chairman
Research Interests: MRI, Interventional Imaging, fMRI, Head and Neck Imaging, MR Angiography, Small Animal Imaging, Acute Stroke Imaging, Minimally-Invasive Cancer Therapy

Xingde Li,PhD

Position: Professor
Research Group: Laboratory of Biophotonics Imaging and Therapy
Primary Department: Biomedical Engineering
Secondary Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Personal Webpage: http://www.bme.jhu.edu/people/primary.php?id=915
Research Interests: OCT, Histological Endomicroscopy, Molecular Imaging, Functional Imaging, Guided Intervention
Elliot McVeigh, PhD

Elliot R. McVeigh, PhD

Position: Massey Professor, Director of Biomedical Engineering
Research Group: Medical Imaging Laboratory [link coming soon!]
Primary Department: Biomedical Engineering
Secondary Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Personal Webpage: http://www.bme.jhu.edu/people/primary.php?id=370
Research Interests: MRI, Heart, Cardiovascular MRI, Image Guided Therapy, Novel MRI Methods, CT, Physics

Stewart H. Mostofsky, MD

Position: Associate Professor, Director of Laboratory for Neurocognitive and Imaging Research (LNIR), Medical Director of Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Research Group: Laboratory for Neurocognitive and Imaging Research
Primary Department: Neurology 
Secondary Departments: Psychiatry 
Personal Webpage: http://www.kennedykrieger.org/patient-care/faculty-staff/stewart-mostofsky
Research Interests: Functional Imaging, Brain

Jerry L. Prince, PhD

Position: William B. Kouwenhoven Professor, Director of Image Analysis and Communications Lab
Research Group: Image Analysis and Communications Lab
Primary Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Secondary Departments: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Radiology
Personal Webpage: http://www.iacl.ece.jhu.edu/Prince
Research Interests: Image Processing and Analysis, Brain Mapping, Motion Estimation, Image-guided Interventions, Brain, Heart, Tongue, Prostate, MRI, CT, X-ray

Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, PhD

Position: Associate Professor, Director of Imaging for Surgery, Therapy and Radiology Laboratory (I-STAR)
Research Group: Imaging for Surgery, Therapy and Radiology Laboratory
Primary Department: Biomedical Engineering
Research Interests: Imaging Physics, X-ray, CT, Spectral Imaging, Image Reconstruction, Image-guided Interventions, Diagnostic Radiology

Russell H. Taylor, PhD

Position: Professor, Director of Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology
Research Group: Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology
Primary Department: Computer Science
Secondary Departments: Mechanical Engineering, Radiology, Surgery
Personal Webpage: http://www.cs.jhu.edu/~rht/
Research Interests: Medical Robotics, Imaging and Modeling, Image-guided Surgery

Matthias Stuber, PhD

Position: Professor
Research Group: CardioVascular Magnetic Resonance Research Center at the CHUV/CIBM in Lausanne, Switzerland
Primary Department: Radiology
Personal Webpage: http://www.unil.ch/cvmr/page79339.html
Research Interests: MRI, Cardiac Imaging, Coronary Angiography, Molecular Imaging, Heart

Benjamin M. W. Tsui, PhD

Position: Professor, Director of Medical Imaging Physics Division
Research Group: Medical Imaging Physics Division
Primary Department: Radiology
Secondary Departments: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Personal Webpage: http://dmip.rad.jhmi.edu/people/faculty/Tsui
Research Interests: SPECT, PET, MRI, Image Reconstruction and Analysis
Robert G. Weiss, MD

Robert G. Weiss, MD

Position: Clarence Doodeman Professor, Director of DW Reynolds Clinical Cardiovascular Research Center
Research Group: DW Reynolds Clinical Cardiovascular Research Center
Primary Department: Medicine
Secondary Departments: Radiology
Personal Webpage: http://www.reynolds.jhmi.edu/personnel/pi_profile/weiss.html
Research Interests: MRI, Spectroscopy, Cardiovascular Imaging, Coronary Angiography, Endothelial Function, Myocardial Metabolism
Peter van Zijl, PhD

Peter van Zijl, PhD

Position: Professor, Founding Director of the F. M. Kirby Research Center for Functional Brain Imaging
Research Group: F. M. Kirby Research Center for Functional Brain Imaging
Primary Department: Radiology
Secondary Departments: Oncology, Biomedical Engineering
Personal Webpage: http://mri.kennedykrieger.org/petervanzijl.html
Research Interests: MRI, Brain, Physics, ASL, DTI, CEST, fMRI, Susceptibility Imaging, Novel MRI Methods, Alzheimer's Disease, Cancer, Huntington's Disease, Stroke

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