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I ama staff neuro and cardiac radiologist in the Department of Radiology at TheMassachusetts General Hospital, an Associate Professor of Radiology at theHarvard Medical School, and a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at MIT. I am interested in both research and clinicalpractice of radiology, currently devoting approximately 50% of my time to eachof these activities. I also direct the AdvancedX-ray Imaging Sciences (AXIS) Center at MGH. My research is currently focusedon three main topics: (1) Development and clinical applications of novel X-rayimaging modalities including phase contrast imaging, ultra-high resolutioncomputed tomography (CT), and dual-energy CT; (2) Development of low-costdevices for imaging and image-guided interventions; and (3) Study of traumaticbrain injury (TBI) using advanced, quantitative MRI techniques.
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The Department of Defense has awarded grants to two MGH investigators.
Some answers as to how the MGH's Egyptian mummy Padihershef lived and died are now being explored through a conservation project - which included a full body X-ray and CT scan.
MGH Hotline 10.08.10 Rajiv Gupta, MD, PhD, director of the MGH Ultra-High-Resolution Volume CT Lab, has been appointed the MGH site miner for the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology (CIMIT).
MGH Hotline: 12/05/08
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