Weill Cornell Radiology

You are here

Clinical Trials

FY2016-2017
ACTIVE CLINICAL TRIALS


Study Title:

BBBP and Molecular markers of inflammation in A-SAH

P.I.

Ajay Gupta, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This study aims to understand the pathophysiology of blood brain barrier permeability (BBBP) alterations and how they are influenced by expression of inflammatory markers

Study Title:

Learning Based Low Radiation CT Perfusion for A-SAH Diagnosis

P.I.

Apostolos John Tsiouris, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The primary goal is to develop a robust low-dose high-accuracy CTP computation system

Study Title:

CT perfusion used to evaluate vasospasm following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage

P.I.

Ajay Gupta, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The primary goal is to determine the validity of CTP to detect vasospasm by assessing CTP threshold values that will be used for detection.

Study Title:

Retrospective and prospective registry evaluating the outcomes of patients with submassive and massive pulmonary embolus treated with anticoagulation alone, systemic thrombolysis, catheter-directed therapy, and/or surgical embolectomy (RESPECT)

P.I.

James Horowitz, M.D. / Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

Our primary objective is to establish a registry of patients presenting with submassive and massive PE who are identified and triaged by the multi-disciplinary PEAC team at Weill Cornell/NYP. We wish to collect patient outcome measures, volume of triaged patients, rapidity of consultation and treatment allocation, and long-term follow-up data. 

Study Title:

Evaluation of Cerebrovascular Reserve in Carotid Stenosis or Occlusion Using Arterial Spin Labeling MRI Perfusion

P.I.

Ajay Gupta, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to better understand why people with narrowing or blockage of the carotid artery develop a stroke. We will study how brain blood vessels can regulate blood flow as measured by a new, but clinically available and FDA-cleared, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method.  Reduction in the ability of blood vessels to increase blood flow in response to stress on the vascular system may be a stroke risk factor.

Study Title:

High Resolution MRI - Pathology Correlation of Resected Breast and Lymph Tissue

P.I.

Douglas Ballon, PhD

Contact:

Amelia Ng (ameng@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

To evaluate the diagnostic capabilities of high resolution 7T MRI and compare these high resolution images with pathologic specimens of benign and malignant breast and lymph tissue.

Study Title:

ACRIN 6701: Repeatability Assessment of Quantitative DCE-MRI and DWI: A Multicenter Study of Functional Imaging Standardization in the Prostate

P.I.

Naveen Gumpeni, M.D.

Contact:

Amelia Ng (ameng@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This trial studies repeated DCE-MRI and DWI in patients diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Study Title:

Normative Data from Advanced MR Techniques of the Brain

P.I.

Ilhami Kovanlikaya, M.D.

Contact:

Amelia Ng (ameng@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to establish a standard normative database of advanced magnetic resonance (MR) techniques including but not limited to DTI, MR perfusion and 3D volumetric studies to use for diagnostic and clinical research studies in the aging adult brain and/or various disease states. This project will also ensure ongoing comparability (i.e., quality assurance) of data obtained across multiple MRI platforms and over time.

Study Title:

Improving Clinical Outcomes Following Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Using CT Perfusion

P.I.

Ajay Gupta, M.D., M.P.H.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This research is being done to assess the ability of CT perfusion to provide earlier and more accurate diagnosis of vasospasm and to guide effective treatment strategies.

Study Title:

Acute Venous Thrombosis: Thrombus Removal With Adjunctive Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis (The ATTRACT Trial)

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to determine if the use of pharmacomechanical catheter-directed thrombolysis (PCDT) prevents the post-thrombotic syndrome and improves quality of life in subjects with deep vein thrombosis (DVT) with acceptable safety and cost.

Study Title:

PERFECT: Pulmonary Embolism Response to Fragmentation, Embolectomy, and Catheter Thrombolysis Global Registry Outcomes 

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to collect and analyze data regarding the catheter directed treatment (CDT) procedure, when performed in the normal course of care for a pulmonary embolism (PE). The data generated by the registry database will further evaluate the use, safety, and efficacy of the CDT procedure for PE, including assessing the potential advantages and disadvantages of the procedure.

Study Title:

Global, unbiased mining and discovery of human monoclonal antibodies

PI: 

Moonsoo Jin, Ph.D.

Contact:

Spencer Park (spp2003@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to develop a new strategy for making human antibodies.

Study Title:

Evaluation of Molecular and Functional Imaging Biomarkers in Subjects with Parkinson’s Disease and Healthy Volunteers

P.I.

P. David Mozley, M.D.

Contact:

Ame Ng (ameng@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is an investigator initiated, single-center, observational study of subjects with PD and healthy volunteers (HVs) designed to assess the test-retest reliability of quantitative biomarkers that could accelerate the development of neuroprotective treatments.

Study Title:

Neuroimaging Assessment of the Metabolic and Physiologic Correlates of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

P.I.

Dikoma C. Shungu, Ph.D.

Contact:

Xiangling Mao, M.S.

Summary:

This study uses advanced MRI-based metabolic imaging and biochemical methods to try to find objective biological abnormalities in the brain that are specific for subgroups of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). If successfully completed, this study could validate an approach for selecting more uniform and comparable CFS patient populations in future research studies to enable them to focus better on understanding the exact cause of CFS and developing effective treatments for the illness.

Study Title:

Whole-body Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Technology Development for Human Applications

P.I.

Dikoma C. Shungu, Ph.D.

Contact:

Xiangling Mao, M.S.

Summary:

This is a general purpose protocol for developing and optimizing magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) methods used to measure levels of hydrogen-, carbon- and/or phosphorus-containing compounds in various parts of the body to study metabolism.

Study Title:

MRS evaluation during Minocycline for Bipolar Depression

P.I.

Dikoma C. Shungu, Ph.D.

Contact:

Xiangling Mao, M.S.

Summary:

This collaborative study aims to assess the feasibility, safety and preliminary efficacy of minocycline as an adjunct to established mood stabilizers for subjects with bipolar disorder experiencing an acute depressive episode. Treatment response is assessed by proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H MRS) measures of brain metabolism.

Study Title:

MRS Evaluation during Oxidative Stress Biomarkers predictive of Ketamine Efficacy in Depression

P.I.

Dikoma C. Shungu, Ph.D.

Contact:

Xiangling Mao, M.S.

Summary:

This study is investigating the effects of ketamine on levels of glutamate and GABA in the brain of depressed patients using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H MRS).

Study Title:

Sleep Disordered Breathing and Glutamate-Induced Excitotoxicity in the Human Hippocampus as a Risk Factor for Alzheimer's Disease: Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy

P.I.

Dikoma C. Shungu, Ph.D.

Contact:

Xiangling Mao, M.S.

Summary:

Using magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H MRS), this study measures levels of glutamate in the hippocampus of patients with sleep disordered breathing to examine whether glutamatergic excitotoxicity is implicated

Study Title:

Clinical Correlates of Longitudinal PET Changes in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

P.I.

Shankar Vallabhajosula, Ph.D.

Summary:

The purpose of this collaborative project with NYU School of Medicine is to develop a biomarker test for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) for use in presymptomatic subjects. The purpose of the study at WCMC is to perform positron emission tomography (PET) scans to assess brain glucose metabolism using [18F]FDG and beta amyloid deposition using [11C]PIB.

Study Title:

Maternal History of Alzheimer's Predisposes Children to Amyloid-beta Related Hypometabolism

P.I.

Shankar Vallabhajosula, Ph.D.

Summary:

The purpose of this collaborative study with NYU School of Medicine is to examine whether normally functioning individuals with a family history of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are at increased risk for the deterioration of thinking that occurs in AD. The specific aim of the study at WCMC is to perform positron emission tomography (PET) scans to assess brain glucose metabolism using [18F]FDG and beta amyloid deposition using [11C]PIB.

Study Title:

Pilot PET Study Characterizing [1-11C] Arachidonic Acid Uptake in Bipolar Disorder

PI: 

Shankar Vallabhajosula, Ph.D.

Summary:

This is a collaborative study with Columbia University Psychiatric Institute. The goal of this study at WCMC is to acquire pilot data on neuroinflammation using PET imaging and [11C]AA in subjects with bipolar disorder and normal subjects.

Study Title:

Analyses of Gradient Echo MRI data

P.I.

Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Contact:

Thanh D. Nguyen, PhD

Summary:

The objective of this research is to develop novel analyses of the gradient echo (GRE) MRI data for accurate measurement of hematoma volume in patients with acute intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH).

Study Title:

MRI Technology Development

P.I.

Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Contact:

Thanh D. Nguyen, PhD

Summary:

The objective of this research is to develop advanced MRI acquisition and data analysis methods for use in the evaluation of normal and abnormal anatomy, biology, and physiology for later translation into various clinical utilities.

Study Title:

Contrast Enhanced MRI Technology Development

P.I.

Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Contact:

Thanh D. Nguyen, PhD

Summary:

The objective of this research is to develop advanced contrast-enhanced MRI acquisition and analysis methods for use in the evaluation of normal and abnormal anatomy, biology, and physiology for later translation into various clinical utilities.

Study Title:

MRI method for quantitatively mapping cerebral microbleeds

P.I.

Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Contact:

Thanh D. Nguyen, PhD

Summary:

The objective of this research is to develop a noninvasive quantitative MRI method for mapping small bleeds in the brain (cerebral microbleeds, CMB).

Study Title:

Evaluation of magnetic susceptibility imaging techniques in MRI

P.I.

Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Summary:

The primary objective of this study is to retrospectively analyze data sets and compare and evaluate the accuracy and detection limits of different susceptibility visualization or quantification techniques.

Study Title:

A Pivotal Study of Imaging with Opto-acoustics to diagnose breast masses detected by mammography and / or clinical findings: A New Evaluation Tool for Radiologists

P.I.

Janine Katzen, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective, controlled, multi-center, observational study that will compare Imagio versus conventional diagnostic ultrasound (CDU) for the visualization of suspicious masses.

Study Title:

                 

Study Of The Optimum Duration And Dose Of R-TPA Of Acoustic Pulse Thrombolysis Procedure In The Treatment Of Acute Submassive Pulmonary Embolism (OPTALYSE PE)

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The OPTALYSE PE study is designed to determine the lowest r-tPA dose-ultrasound treatment time required to achieve reductions in thrombus burden and associated improvement in physiologic parameters.  Results of this study will inform the study design for further studies of the APT Procedure.

Study Title:

Focal MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound Treatment of Localized Low and Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer: Feasibility Study

P.I.

March Schiffman, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a multi-center, prospective, single arm study to evaluate feasibility of MRgFUS treatment of low and intermediate risk, organ-confined prostate cancer.

Study Title:

Lung Cancer Screening Registry

P.I.

Bradley Pua, M.D.

Contact:

Brooke Crawford (cbc7003@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The Lung Cancer Screening Program at New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center provides a unique opportunity to collect long term data as patients are tracked through an initial consult, annual LDCT screens, diagnostic followup, and treatment for lung cancer.

Study Title:

Safety and Efficacy of the Veniti Vici  Venous Stent System (Veniti Inc.) when Used to Treat Clinically Significant Chronic Non-malignant Obstruction of the Iliofemoral Venous Segment - VIRTUS

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective, multicenter, single arm, non-randomized study to define safety and efficacy of the Veniti Vici Venous Stent System in relation to pre-defined objective performance goals.

Study Title:

Multi-center Study of Metastatic Lung Tumors Targeted by Interventional Cryoablation Evaluation (SOLSTICE)

P.I.

Bradley Pua, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a Phase II, multicenter, prospective, single arm study of Galil Medical cryoablation system. The objective of this study is to assess the safety and to determine efficacy of cryoablation in local tumor control for tumors

Study Title:

Accelerated Thrombolysis for Post Thrombotic Syndrome Using the EkoSonic® Endovascular System (ACCESS PTS)

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective, single arm study designed to evaluate the efficacy of ultrasound acceleratedthrombolysis using the EkoSonic® Endovascular System with standard infusion of thrombolytic drug in subjects who suffer from Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (PTS)

Study Title:

A Phase IV Post Approval Clinical Study of ExAblate Treatment of Metastatic Bone Tumors for the Palliation of Pain

P.I.

David Li, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective, multi-site, one-arm study for evaluating the safety and effectiveness of ExAblate treatment of metastatic bone tumors.

Study Title:

A Phase III Clinical Trial of Intra-arterial TheraSphere® in the Treatment of Patients with Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)

P.I.

Adam Talenfeld, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to evaluate TheraSphere in the treatment of patients with unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma in whom treatment with standard-of-care sorafenib therapy is planned.

Study Title:

Predicting the Safety and Effectiveness of Inferior Vena Cava Filters (PRESERVE)

P.I.

David Trost, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

The study is a multi-center, prospective, open-label, non-randomized investigation of commercially available IVC filters from 7 manufacturers placed in subjects for the prevention of PE.

Study Title:

A Post Approval Registry: ExAblate Treatment of Metastatic Bone Tumors for the Palliation of Pain

P.I.

David Li, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is an enhanced surveillance study to collect information regarding chronic adverse events that are possibly related to the ExAblate system that are received by InSightec following PMA approval

Study Title:

Image-Guided Oncologic Liver Interventions Registry

P.I.

Adam Talenfeld, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This study seeks to establish a prospective registry-style database of patients undergoing routine image-guided

liver cancer interventions in Interventional Radiology

Study Title:

68Ga-DOTATOC PET: A Phase II Study in Patients with Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs)

P.I.

John Babich, PhD

Contact:

Meagan Cea (mec2030@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective, Phase 2, single-center, open-label study enrolling subjects with known or suspected somatostatin receptor positive tumor

Study Title:

Assessing the Role of [11C]vorozole in the Detection of Aromatase in Breast Cancer

P.I.

Shankar Vallabhajosula, PhD

Study Title:

68Ga-PSMA PET imaging of tumor vasculature in glioblastoma multiforme

P.I.

Gloria Chiang, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a non-treatment, feasibility study to test the hypothesis that brain tumors, specifically glioblastoma multiforme, will demonstrate increased uptake on 68Ga-PSMA PET.

Study Title:

DECIDE-Gold

P.I.

Erica Jones, M.D.

Contact:

Kushal Desai (kud2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective, multicenter study to evaluate the diagnostic performance of dual energy computed tomography perfusion (DECTP) for the detection and exclusion of hemodynamically significant coronary artery disease (CAD), as defined by fractional flow reserve (FFR).

Study Title:

Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging in assessment of kidney disease

P.I.

Jing Gao, M.D.

Contact:

Lindsey Smith (lis2048@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a prospective study designed to develop a Doppler+QUI protocol as a non-invasive diagnostic alternative or addition to kidney biopsy pathology in subjects with a clinical indication for native kidney biopsy (improve diagnostic information).

Study Title:

A Phase I Study comparing the Pharmacokinetics, Tissue Distribution and Tumor Localization of a 68Ga-labeled Small Molecule Inhibitors of Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA) in Patients with Prostate Cancer (or biochemical recurrence or Scheduled for prostatectomy), and in Normal Men. 

P.I.

John Babich, PhD

Contact:

Meagan Cea (mec2030@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a single arm, open label study to evaluate the tissue distribution of 68Ga-PSMA-HBED-CC PET/CT imaging in normal tissues and tumor and non-tumorous regions of the prostate, pelvis, and/or pelvic lymph nodes (as determined by histopathology) in a) patients suspected recurrence based on biochemical data, b) patients undergoing standard of care prostatectomy and/or pelvic lymph node dissection, and c) in healthy male subjects. 

Study Title:

Glutamatergic Dysfunction in Cognitive Aging: Riluzole in Mild Alzheimer’s Disease

P.I.

Dikoma Shungu, PhD

Contact:

Amelia Ng (ameng@med.cornell.edu)

Study Title:

Quantifying Traumatically-Induced Neuroinflammation

P.I.

Apostolos John Tsiouris, M.D.

Contact:

Amelia Ng (ameng@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This is a pilot study designed to develop non-invasive technologies for quantifying the immunomodulation of signal transduction regulating neuroinflammation and healing.

Study Title:

Quantitative Assessment of Methods to Increase Rostral CNS Exposure of Intrathecally Administered Drugs

P.I.

David Mozley, M.D.

Contact:

Irina Lipai (irl2004@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

Single center, open label, cross sectional, no-therapeutic-intent study of intra-thecal pharmacokinetics of Tc-99m DTPA in healthy human volunteers

Study Title:

A Humanitarian Device Exemption Treatment Protocol of TheraSphere® for Treatment of Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)

P.I.

Adam Talenfeld, M.D.

Contact:

Jamie Stern (jas2071@med.cornell.edu)

Study Title:

Comparative Study of Conventional 1.5 and 3.0T MR Images with Synthetically Reconstructed MR Images

P.I.

Apostolos John Tsiouris, M.D.

Contact:

Eileen Chang (eic2002@med.cornell.edu)

Summary:

This study is a prospective, blinded, multi-center multi-reader (MCMR) clinical trial to compare overall diagnostic image quality of conventional versus synthetic MR



FY2016-2017
ACTIVE RETROSPECTIVE STUDIES


Retrospective Study:

The Use of Magnetic Resonance Imaging For Evaluation of Ovarian Anatomy and Function

P.I.

T. Kemi Babagbemi, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Role of Imaging in the Evaluation and Prediction of Clinical Outcomes in Patients with High Grade Carotid Stenosis or Occlusion

P.I.

Ajay Gupta, M.D.

Demonstration Study:

Medicare Imaging Demonstration Project

P.I.

Robert Min, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

TIRADS: Development of a Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System for Thyroid Ultrasound with Categories

P.I.

Elizabeth Arleo, M.D.

Repository:

Imaging Data Repository

P.I.

Douglas Brylka, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Screen-Detected Breast Cancer in Women Under 50

P.I.

Elizabeth Arleo, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Prophylactic Mastectomy: A Multi-Institutional Analysis of Surgical Trends

P.I.

Elizabeth Arleo, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

14 vs. 18 Gauge Needles For Breast Biopsies: Does Size Matter?

P.I.

Elizabeth Arleo, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Effect of Spinal Needle Characteristics on Rate of CSF Leak Following Image-Guided Lumbar Puncture

P.I.

Levi Chazen, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Review of CT vs. Fluoroscopic Guided Interventional Procedures of the Spine

P.I.

Levi Chazen, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Radiology Annotated Image Library (RAIL)

P.I.

Gary Dorfman, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective review of the Option™ Vena Inferior Vena Caval filter

P.I.

David Trost, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Evaluation of magnetic susceptibility imaging techniques in MRI

P.I.

Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Retrospective Study:

To C or Not To C: Should 2D Images Generated From 3D Tomosynthesis C-View Software Be Adopted?

P.I.

Janine Katzen, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Evaluation of Breast MRI MIP Sequence Compared to Full Breast MRI Protocol, Mammography and Ultrasound

P.I.

Janine Katzen, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Relating Structural Brain Network Disruption to Dysfunction and Recovery in Stroke

P.I.

Amy Kuceyeski, PhD

Retrospective Study:

Assessment of Efficacy of a Simulator and Tutorial for Interventional Procedures

P.I.

Bradley Pua, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Evaluation of Efficacy and Outcomes of Percutaneous Tissue Ablation

P.I.

Bradley Pua, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Value Analysis of Various Interventional Radiology Procedures

P.I.

Bradley Pua, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Identification of Efficacy and Risk Factors Associated with Image Guided Lung Biopsy

P.I.

Bradley Pua, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Uterine Artery Embolization Followed by Hysteroscopic Resection: A Single Center Experience

P.I.

Marc Schiffman, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Resect, Ablate or Observe – SEER Medicare and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Small Renal Mass Treatment Strategies For Older Patients

P.I.

Adam Talenfeld, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Differences in Dosimetry for Patients Undergoing Transarterial Radioembolization with TheraSphere Device vs. SIR-Spheres Device

P.I.

Adam Talenfeld, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Embolization of the Geniculate Artery for Management of Spontaneous Recurrent Hemarthrosis of the Knee

P.I.

David Trost, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Revenue and Quality of Care Analysis of a Dedicated Venous Thromboembolism and Deep Venous Health Clinic

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Comparison of Visual Inspection to Ultrasound for Diagnosing Venous Pathology Leading to Varicose Veins

P.I.

Ronald Winokur, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Review of Perforator MRA Data

P.I.

Martin Prince, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Study of Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping as Potential Biomarkers for Diagnosis and Disease Severity in Patients with ALS and PSL

P.I.

Apostolos John Tsiouris, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Using Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping to Differentiate Between Brain Tumor Grades

P.I.

Apostolos John Tsiouris, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Assessment of Liver Lesion Enhancement on MRI

P.I.

Martin Prince, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Review of Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Abdominal MRI data

P.I.

Martin Prince, M.D.

Retrospective Study:

Retrospective Study of Perforator Flap MRI Angiography for Reconstructive Breast Surgery

P.I.

Martin Prince, M.D.

Weill Cornell Medicine
Weill Cornell Radiology
525 East 68th Street New York, NY 10065 Phone: (212) 746-6000