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  • Mausam Kalita

    Mausam Kalita

    Physical Science Research Professional 2, Rad/Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

    Current Role at StanfordSenior Research Scientist: a) cold chemical synthesis— Synthesis of the 12C and 19F- HPLC standards and precursors for 11C- and 18F- labeling
    b) Radiosynthesis— Introduction of 11C or 18F radioisotopes into small molecules to develop novel PET tracers, that can track activated myeloid cells in neurodegenerative disease, c) radiometal labeling— 64Cu and 89Zr labeling of monoclonal antibodies that target immune receptors, d) clinical translation— To follow FDA guidelines for translating preclinically validated tracers into humans in the cyclotron and radiochemistry facility (CRF) of the Stanford University

  • Aya Kamaya, MD

    Aya Kamaya, MD

    Professor of Radiology (Body Imaging)

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsHepatobiliary imaging
    Hepatocellular carcinoma
    Urologic imaging
    Gynecologic imaging
    Thyroid imaging
    Novel ultrasound technologies
    Perfusion CT imaging of abdominal tumors

  • Xiaojian Kang

    Xiaojian Kang

    Affiliate, Rad/Radiological Sciences Laboratory

    BioDr Kang received his PhD in Physics and MS in Computer Science from Indiana University Bloomington in September of 1998. Then he joined Diagnostic Imaging Science Center at University of Washington in Seattle for postdoctoral research.
    In September of 2000, he worked as an MR Physicist in the Human Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory in Department of Neurology at University of Californian at Davis. His tasks were to maintain and modify the sequences for MR research on a 3 T Siemens Verio scanner and a 1.5 T Philips Eclipse scanner, and develop new procedures for MR data analysis, statistics and visualization. He has published 20+ papers to introduce the innovative methods for MR data analysis, which including the local landmark method, high-resolution space method, and cortical surface projection mapping method, and automated method to detect brain abnormalities. All of the methods have been applied successfully to the MR researches in the lab.
    In September of 2017, he joined as an MR Physicist in Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research (PAVIR) at VA Palo Alto and the Adamson Brain Stimulation Lab in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University.His main tasks are to participate in the research projects funded by Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense, and administration of windows and linux servers for neuroimaging studies.

    Professional Education
    •PhD in Physics, Indiana University Bloomington (1998).
    •MS in Computer Science, Indiana University Bloomington (1998).
    •MS in Electronic Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, P. R. China (1987).
    •BS in Electronic Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, P. R. China (1984).

  • Eric J. Keller

    Eric J. Keller

    Affiliate, Department Funds
    Resident in Rad/Interventional Radiology

    BioEric J. Keller is an interventional/diagnostic radiology resident (2019-2024) with a background in bioethics, medical anthropology, 4D flow MRI, and legal guardianship. He founded the Applied Ethics in Interventional Radiology (IR) working group, a multi-institutional group of faculty and trainees developing practical approaches to challenging situations in IR. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Interventional Initiative, a nonprofit devoted to patient and clinician awareness, access, and advocacy regarding minimally invasive image-guided procedures.

  • Andrew Kesselman

    Andrew Kesselman

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiology

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsCurrently studying the role of interventional therapies in caval filtration, venous thromboembolism and primary and metastatic hepatic malignancies.