The Martinos Researcher has a long history working with the society.
The honor recognizes the substantial contributions they have made to biomedical imaging.
Caravan’s contributions have also been recognized with two recent awards.
Franceschini is a leader in the development and application of diffuse optical imaging.
As 2019 comes to a close, we take a moment to congratulate recently promoted faculty and staff.
The honor recognizes the tremendous contributions he has made to the field of magnetic resonance imaging.
Every October, the hospital departments hand out pins & ribbons to employees who have met a service milestone.
The honor recognizes the significant role each has played in shaping the field of magnetic resonance in medicine.
The award will help him further his education in Computer Information Systems and Health Informatics.
The investigators include Matti Hämäläinen, Vitaly Napadow and Ona Wu.
Wald is director of the Magnetic Resonance – Physics & Instrumentation Group at the Martinos Center.
Crowe has always been a steadfast champion of career development for non-professional staff.
The induction ceremony was held on Monday during the AIMBE Annual Meeting at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC.
The annual prize is awarded by Carnegie Mellon University to the person judged to have made the most progress in the scientific...
On Friday, Nov. 30, the Martinos Center celebrated two landmark events for its MEG program.
She received the award for her work with personal space in schizophrenia.
The Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research will honor Wald during a ceremony to be held in November.
Jerry Ackerman (right), Ouri Cohen and colleagues have developed a technique that adds therapeutic capabilities to magnetic resonance...
Franceschini was welcomed into the The AIMBE College of Fellows in a ceremony held yesterday.
Hämäläinen is a pioneer in the application of MEG to the study of human brain function.