Cardiovascular Imaging Training Program

Faculty

Faculty

Program Director

 

W. Gregory Hundley, MD, FACC, FAHAW. Gregory Hundley, MD, FACC, FAHA, Professor, Departments of Internal Medicine (Cardiology) and Radiology
Research Interest
Cardiovascular system, epidemiology/prevention, health services, research/outcome, urinary system/kidney, human, adult, radiology/imaging, educational service, cardiac function, education/training, fitness/physical, medical technology/devices, health services/training, biotechnology, technology/technique development

Senior/Key Faculty 

 
Pradeep K. Garg, PhDPradeep K. Garg, PhD, Professor, Radiologic Sciences
Research Interest
radiology/imaging, animals, whole, basic mechanisms, clinical trials, immunology/allergy/inflammation, nuclear medicine, reproductive system, animals, cells/membranes/tissue, cancer/oncogenesis, human, adult, technology /technique development, translational research



Leanne Groban, BS, MS, MDLeanne Groban, BS, MS, MD, Associate Professor, Anesthesiology
Research Interest
animals, whole, structural biology, cardiac function, cardiovascular system, reproductive system, animals, cells/membranes/tissue, musculoskeletal system, aging, basic mechanisms, endocrine system, women's health issues
David M. Herrington, MD, MHSDavid M. Herrington, MD, MHS, Professor, Internal Medicine, Section on Cardiology (WFU Translational Sciences Institute) (Center for Human Genomics) (Dept of Epidemiology)
Research Interest
atherosclerosis/thrombosis, genetics/genome, educational service, minority health issues, cardiovascular system, human, adult, prevention, education/training (all f, t,, epidemiology
Dalane Kitzman, MDDalane Kitzman, MD, Professor, Internal Medicine/Cardiology and Geriatric Medicine
Research Interest
Aging of the heart, exercise physiology, diastolic dysfunction, heart failure, and echocardiograpy
Ge Wang




Ge Wang, PhD, Professor, Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES)
Image Technique Development

Adjunct Faculty

Jingzhong Ding, MD, PhDJingzhong Ding, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
Research Interest
epidemiology/prevention, hormones/cytokines/signaling, vascular diseases, cardiovascular system, radiology/imaging, translational research, human, adult, endocrine system, obesity
Craig A. Hamilton, PhDCraig A. Hamilton, PhD, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Signal and Image Processing, Software development for medical imaging
Robert A. Kraft, PhDRobert A. Kraft, PhD, Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES)
Research Interest
women's health issues, animals, whole, basic mechanisms, cancer/oncogenesis, human, adult, instrument development, radiology/imaging, engineering/bioengineering, nervous/sensory system/behavior, integumentary/skin system, medical technology/devices, technology /technique development
Joel Stitzel, PhDJoel Stitzel, PhD, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES)
Research Interest
basic mechanisms, musculoskeletal system, engineering/bioengineering, health services, research/outcome, prevention, technology /technique development, epidemiology/prevention, human, adult, surgery/trauma/burns/trauma

Pavlos Vlachos







Pavlos Vlachos, PhD, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES)
Cardiovascular Hemodynamics, Left Ventricular Hemodynamics, Vascular Stents, Targeted Drug Delivery





Christopher WyattChristopher L. Wyatt, PhD, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Biomedical Imaging and Image Analysis


James J. Yoo, MD, PhDJames J. Yoo, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Research Interest
animals, cells/membranes/tissue, atherosclerosis/thrombosis, clinical trials, hematologic system, nervous/sensory system/behavior, technology /technique development, basic mechanisms, biotechnology, biomaterials, surgery/trauma/burns/trauma, musculoskeletal system, urinary system/kidney, animals, whole, biological/chemical compounds, translational research, cardiac function, engineering/bioengineering, vascular diseases

 

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