Laboratory for Advanced MR Imaging and Spectroscopy (LAMIS) focuses on design and development of next generation MRI pulse sequences incorporated with MRI quality control/quality assurance facilities for both acquisition hardware and analysis software. LAMIS team invents innovative methodologies to generate novel contrast mechanisms leading to high accuracy, pathology specific, and hardware-driven biomarkers for disease diagnosis and treatment planning. Such paradigm design includes spin manipulation and simulation platform, pulse sequence design, on-demand hardware development, and application-specific reconstruction algorithm and quality control workflow.

  • Spin Dynamics: Modeling and understanding of MR signal generation and acquisition mechanisms for different pulse sequences and imaging protocols
  • MRI Simulation: Development of a MRI simulator platform to generate realistic images based on actual tissue characteristics embedded into Bloch equation modeling for different scenarios of k-space sampling, image contrast, image artefact, and noise
  • Pulse Sequence Development: Developing next generation of MRI pulse sequences to create novel contrast mechanisms leading to high accuracy, pathology specific, and hardware-driven biomarkers for disease diagnosis and treatment planning
  • RF Engineering: Design and development of MRI RF coils for multi-nuclei applications
  • QC/QA: Design and development of quality control and quality assurance workflow for state-of-the-art acquisition paradigms and MRI software analytics, promoting modern clinical applications
  • Contrast Agent: Development of next-generation MRI contrast agents for joint early detection high-throughput treatment applications in personalized medicine
  • Accurate Quantification of Iron using MRI and Design and Fabrication of a Calibration/Validating Phantom
  • Set up a computer simulation platform for Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF)
  • Quantifying metabolites concentration in 1H-MRS of brain
  • Design and development of experimental and research NMR

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