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Radiology and Imaging Sciences
Imaging Sciences

The Imaging Sciences section provides resources for translational research, training, and performs basic and clinical research sponsored by the NIH Institutes and the Clinical Center.

Imaging Sciences supports its training mission through sponsorship of the Imaging Sciences Training Program. This program provides the opportunity for interdisciplinary imaging research in Radiology, Molecular Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and other specialties in conjunction with Institute researchers in cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, musculoskeletal imaging and other areas.

Specialized research in Imaging Sciences includes Diagnostic Radiology research, the Laboratory of Diagnostic Radiology Research, Interventional Radiology Research, the Experimental Neuroimaging Laboratory, the Molecular Imaging Laboratory and the computer-aided detection MEDx operations supporting Institute-wide initiatives in biomedical imaging.

Imaging Sciences Sections:

Cellular Imaging 

Dr. Joe Frank

Cardiovascular Imaging

Dr. David Bluemke

Interventional Radiology

Dr. Brad Wood

Computational Imaging

Dr. Ron Summers

Nuclear Medicine Research

Dr. Ron Neumann

Molecular Imaging

Dr. David Bluemke

MEDx

Dr. Ron Levin

ISTP training program

Dr. Joe Frank

For more information on Imaging Sciences Research at the NIH contact:
Dr. David Bluemke
Director, Radiology and Imaging Sciences


This page last reviewed on 12/23/13



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