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James Bankson

James Bankson

Regular Member


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MDA 3SCR2.3608 (Unit 1902)

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Imaging Physics

My research is concerned with enhancing the sensitivity of MRI and reducing the time required for image acquisition. This is achieved through novel signal encoding and processing algorithms, detector design, fabrication, and characterization, and pulse sequence programming. The implementation of these developments improves our ability to characterize tissues and response to therapy.

Depending on student interests, a tutorial under my advisement could provide experience with many aspects of MRI experimentation. The student could be involved in novel detector design and/or characterization, protocol development, image acquisition, image analysis, or combinations thereof.


MDACC Faculty

Bankson Lab

Education & Training

Ph.D. - Texas A&M University-College Station - 2001


Faculty Development