Biomedical Imaging

Arbabian, Butts Pauly, de la Zerda, Ellerbee, Glover, Hargreaves, Hesselink, Khuri-Yakub, Lee, Levin, McConnell, Napel, Nishimura, Pauly, Pelc, Poon, Solgaard, Spielman, Wandell

Basic science questions, as well as clinical applications in collaboration with investigators from the Stanford School of Medicine, are applied to a broad range of imaging technologies, from devices to systems, for biomedical applications ranging from microscopy to whole-body imaging. Examples include:

  • Optics and ultrasound,
  • Computed tomography (CT),
  • Positron emission tomography (PET),
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),
  • Differential 3-D Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging.

Faculty

Amin Arbabian

Amin Arbabian Assistant Professor

Allen 204 (4070)
Website

Guerra, Ann Administrator

Allen 207 (4070)
725-3725
guerra@ee.stanford.edu

Kim Butts Pauly

Kim Butts Pauly Professor Radiology
EE by Courtesy

Adam de la Zerda

Adam de la Zerda Assistant Professor Structural Biology
EE by Courtesy

Audrey Ellerbee

Audrey Ellerbee Assistant Professor

Spilker 207 (4088)
Website

Ayres, Susan Administrator

Spker 306 (4088)
725-9199
sjayres@stanford.edu

Gary Glover

Gary Glover Professor Radiology
EE by Courtesy

Brian Hargreaves

Brian Hargreaves Associate Professor Radiology
EE by Courtesy

Butrus Khuri-Yakub

Butrus Khuri-Yakub Professor (Research)

Spilker 217 (4088)
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Ungson, Socorro Administrator

Spker 213 (4088)
723-0203
sungson@stanford.edu

Jin Hyung Lee

Jin Hyung Lee Assistant Professor Bioengineering
EE by Courtesy

Craig Levin

Craig Levin Professor Radiology
EE by Courtesy

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