Department of Medical Imaging Professor, Dr. Hina Arif-Tiwari, is featured in a recent issue of Health Sciences Connect. Dr. Arif-Tiwari discusses her leadership role in WAM and her aim to create a more diverse and inclusive environment.
We are pleased to partner with the College of Medicine-Tucson and Banner to offer this new scholarship.
Wishing our Founding Chair, Dr. Paul Capp, a very happy birthday. Pictured above with wife Connie, his smile always lights up a room!
The welcome lunch provides a great venue for introductions and interesting stories!
Congratulations to the Medical Imaging graduating Residents and Fellows. The June 11th celebration was held at the Skyline Country Club in Tucson, Arizona.
Congratulations to Dr. Arif-Tiwari, recipient of the 2021 College of Medicine-Tucson Faculty Mentoring Award
Medical Imaging congratulates our 2021 UArizona Service Award Honorees!
Welcome to our new Medical Imaging residents! We are pleased to announce the addition of our 10 new Radiology residents to the Diagnostic Radiology and Interventional Radiology-Integrated Residency Training Programs. They will be joining our programs in July 2022.
R&R (Recognize & Reward) is a monthly presentation celebrating awards, events, accomplishments & announcements in the Department of Medical Imaging.
The BRAIN Initiative® workshop will highlight the latest techniques for non-invasive brain functional imaging.
Visualsonics, owned by Fuji, sponsors a live mouse imaging workshop featuring a presentation by Russell Witte, PhD and other University of Arizona Researchers plus demonstrations of the LAZR-X ultrasound/photoacoustic imaging system. This imaging system is now part of the UArizona imaging core facilities in the Bioscience Research Lab and available for researchers across campus.
The University of Arizona Cancer Center’s molecular tumor board has new leadership and an expanded approach to discovering novel treatments for rare and difficult-to-treat tumors
Dr. Witte has been awarded $3,434,477 from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering to develop the first safe, real-time and high resolution system for mapping electricity in the human brain. The Transcranial Acoustoelectric Brain Imaging (tABI) that will be developed by Dr. Witte’s team aims at transforming our understanding of normal brain function and help diagnose, monitor, and treat a wide variety of neurologic, psychiatric, and behavioral disorders.
Medical Imaging congratulates former CGRI graduate student Alexander Lin, PhD. He defended his dissertation "Adaptive Imaging and SPECT" on Tuesday, November 24, 2020.