The Quantitative Imaging Methods Lab focuses on multidimensional signal processing, estimation theory and algorithms, and the development of imaging techniques for rapid and quantitative MRI. We are particularly interested in contributing to transforming MRI into a truly quantitative imaging modality. By measuring physically meaningful properties of tissue, our group aims to develop quantitative imaging biomarkers to improve the detection, staging and treatment monitoring of various diseases. We collaborate closely with Scott Reeder’s Liver Imaging Research Program and Alejandro Roldán-Alzate’s CardioVascular Fluid Dynamics Lab.