The development and application of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) techniques for studying cancer. MRI provides a noninvasive method for quantitatively monitoring the growth and ablation of tumors, serving as an extremely valuable tool in the development of new cancer therapies. I am also developing novel imaging and spectroscopic methods to provide insights into the structure, morphology and vasculature of tumors and their effect on surrounding healthy tissue.
- 1983: PhD, chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
- 1983 - 1984: Postdoctoral fellow, Monsanto, St. Louis
- 1985 - 1995: Staff scientist, Monsanto
- 1995 - 1999: Science fellow, Monsanto
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