The technical advance provides information on kidney cancer's nature and aggressiveness.
The Interventional Radiology/Diagnostic Radiology certificate is one of four primary certificates offered by the American Board of Radiology.
Recipients of the award have attained a level of research accomplishment that ranks within the top 10 percent of all academic radiology faculty
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound is considered a safe and effective troubleshooting procedure.
Dr. Caroline de Gracia Lux will investigate using ultrasound to genetically modify a patient’s cells to recognize and destroy cancer.
Dr. Elizabeth Davenport turned head-injury research into advocacy when she met with lawmakers on October 24.
Longtime Radiology faculty member received Distinguished Educator Award at Excellence in Education Awards ceremony.
Dr. Daniel Costa and colleagues use targeted ultrasound therapy to destroy prostate cancer cells while sparing nearby nerves and organs.
Dr. Robert Lenkinski considers it “a great honor” to be recognized as an outstanding mentor.
Dr. Ananth Madhuranthakam, Dr. Joseph Maldjian, and Dr. Ivan Pedrosa will receive $3.1 million over five years to study quantitative imaging in brain and kidney cancers.