Craig Hamilton, PhD

Craig Hamilton, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Hamilton-CraigDr. Craig Hamilton was born and raised in south Georgia. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech in 1977. After several years working in Dallas, TX as a communications engineer for Rockwell International and Mobil Pipeline Company, he attended graduate school at North Carolina State University and obtained a Ph.D. from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1992. Upon graduation, he accepted a faculty position at the Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston Salem, NC, and is founding faculty member of the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He teaches signal and image processing as well as medical imaging.

SYNOPSIS OF AREA OF INTEREST: Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging with a primary focus on the acquisition, reconstruction, and analysis of coronary blood flow images.

DETAILED AREA OF INTEREST: Magnetic resonance imaging holds great promise as a non-invasive means of acquiring blood flow measurements throughout the vasculature system. Dr. Hamilton's current research involves developing new acquisition techniques to improve the temporal resolution of phase-contrast MRI flow measurements as well as more automated, reproducible analysis techniques. Collaborating groups include the Sticht Center on Aging and Interal Medicine - Cardiology.

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