NYU MRI Biophysics Group

Bridging the micro-macro gap with diffusion MRI

WHAT WE DO

Advancing MRI Imaging

We develop novel imaging markers based on advanced yet clinically usable MRI methods and biophysical modeling, as well as their validation and translation into clinical applications. We are part of the Center for Advanced Imaging Innovation and Research, Department of Radiology at the New York University Grossman School of Medicine.

WHO WE ARE

A Team of Dedicated Scientists

OUR WORK

Latest Publications

Connectome 2.0: Developing the next-generation ultra-high gradient strength human MRI scanner for bridging studies of the micro-, meso- and macro-connectome. (2021) Neuroimage. 243, 118530 Pubmed Neuroimage
Removal of partial Fourier-induced Gibbs (RPG) ringing artifacts in MRI. (2021) Magn Reson Med. Pubmed Magn Reson Med
Nanostructure-specific X-ray tomography reveals myelin levels, integrity and axon orientations in mouse and human nervous tissue. (2021) Nat Commun. 12, 2941 Pubmed Nat Commun PMC Article

Resources

Our group is committed on contributing developed software to the scientific community by making it freely available on Github, and the open source MRtrix.

SOFTWARE

ARTIFACT CORRECTION

The correction of the different types of artifacts (Gibbs ringing, EPI distortion, eddy current distortion, motion, etc) as well as noise is necessary for an accurate, precise and robust estimation of diffusion model parameters.

DIFFUSION PARAMETER ESTIMATION

AFFILIATIONS

Our Funding Partners

JOIN US

We are now recruiting

We are always looking for talented and passionate scientists who are interested in moving our research forward.

View our detailed job description here.