Surgical Planning Laboratory - Brigham & Women's Hospital - Boston, Massachusetts USA - a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School

Surgical Planning Laboratory

Saad Ramadan Ph.D. (October 2009-June 2011)

Saad obtained his PhD the university of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, working on NMR of small organic molecules in magnetically aligned liquid crystals. He then worked at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney on developing two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy techniques. Currently he belongs to Center of Clinical Spectroscopy headed by Dr Carolyn Mountford. His main interests are spectrosocpic pulse sequence development for in vivo use, use of adiabatic pulses in spectroscopy for improved selectivity and DWI pulse sequence development. He is collaborating with Prof Thomas at UCLA to develop EPI-Correlation spectrosocpy technique and Dr Panych at BWH to develop CSI sequence with an improved point spread function.

E-mail: sramadan at bwh.harvard.edu

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