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keywords Quantitative MRI Biomarkers
keywords Low-field MRI
research overview Dr. Artz's research includes development and validation of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods for measuring renal perfusion and hepatic fat content. He has also developed a technique for distortion-free MR imaging near metallic implants that creates higher signal-to-noise levels than conventional scans and allows spectral decomposition. The method required very long scan times initially, but he and his team found intriguing solutions for accelerating the scans that enabled in-vivo imaging. Dr. Artz is currently working to optimize neonatal and pediatric imaging settings for a new, low-field, portable MRI that allows bedside imaging.

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Academic Article Arterial spin labeling MRI for assessment of perfusion in native and transplanted kidneys.
Academic Article Comparing kidney perfusion using noncontrast arterial spin labeling MRI and microsphere methods in an interventional swine model.
Academic Article Improving chemical shift encoded water-fat separation using object-based information of the magnetic field inhomogeneity.
Academic Article Characterizing the limits of MRI near metallic prostheses.
Academic Article Reproducibility of MR-based liver fat quantification across field strength: Same-day comparison between 1.5T and 3T in obese subjects.
Academic Article Accelerating fully phase-encoded MRI near metal using multiband radiofrequency excitation.
Academic Article Fully phase-encoded MRI near metallic implants using ultrashort echo times and broadband excitation.
Academic Article Monitoring Fatty Liver Disease with MRI Following Bariatric Surgery: A Prospective, Dual-Center Study.
Academic Article Prospective comparison of longitudinal change in hepatic proton density fat fraction (PDFF) estimated by magnitude-based MRI (MRI-M) and complex-based MRI (MRI-C).
Academic Article System and Method for Externally Calibrated Parallel Imaging in the Presence of Inhomogeneous Magnetic Field, U.S. Patent 9,989,613
Academic Article System and Method for Object-based Initialization of the Magnetic Field Inhomogeneity for Improved Chemical Species Separation, U.S. Patent 9,612,300
Academic Article Feasibility of and experience using a portable MRI scanner in the neonatal intensive care unit.

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