With his native country Syria under siege, MIR first-year resident Abdulrahman Masrani, MD, is doing what he can to help.
Tamara Hershey, PhD, a professor of radiology and psychiatry, has been named as lab chief of the Neuroimaging Laboratory (NIL). She succeeds Marcus E. Raichle, MD, the Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Distinguished Professor in Medicine, who established the interdisciplinary research laboratory during the 1970s.
MIR professor Pamela Woodard, MD, led a multi-university team effort to develop a new imaging agent that may light up dangerous plaque in arteries.
Brain scans in infants with a high risk of developing autism may help forecast if they will develop the disorder.
Marcus Raichle, MD, is one of the pre-eminent reseachers at MIR. Now a computer program ranks Raichles as one othe top brain scientists of the modern era.
Samuel Achilefu, PhD, the Michel M. Ter-Pogossian Professor of Radiology, has been elected as a fellow to the Royal Society of Chemistry and to The Optical Society.
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MIR professor Marilyn Siegel, MD, was recently featured in the Source.
Barbara Monsees, MD, was featured as one the Top 25 Radiology Professors on the blog of MedicalTechnologySchools.com.
Watch this clip from The Pulse of St. Louis as MIR professor Samuel Achilefu explains his creation: cancer-seeing goggles for surgeons.