Biomedical Engineering/Trouard Lab

The focus of research in Dr. Trouard's laboratory is on the development and application of novel Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technologies for a number of biomedical applications. Projects aimed at advanced clinical imaging involve diffusion-weighted MRI and functional MRI and and are being carried out on 1.5T and 3T human MRI scanners at the University Medical Center (UMC). Projects involving cell cultures and imaging of animal models are being carried out at the Biological Magnetic Resonance (BMR) facility within the Arizona Research Laboratories (ARL). A more detailed description of research can be found by clicking on the appropriate box at the left. Websites of individual members can be accessed through the links to the left.

The location of Dr. Trouard's office is:
Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building
Room 131A
1657 E. Helen Street
P.O. 210240
Tucson, Arizona 85721


Associate Professor, Department of Medical Imaging