Dr. Wang is trained as a physicist and joined the medical physics field in 1998. Prior to his appointment at the Advanced Imaging Research Center and the Radiology Department at the UTSW in 2013, Dr. Wang was a MRI scientist at GE Healthcare developing novel imaging techniques for conventional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Hyperpolarized nuclear MRI. Dr. Wang has being a certified medical physicist in MRI since 2005. At UTSW, Dr. Wang concentrates on the development and clinical applications of Hyperpolarized 13C MR imaging technology. The long-term goal is to apply these methods for patients with cancer, heart disease and other disorders with the focus on personalized therapy.
- Hyperpolarized 13C MRI
- Parallel Imaging and Compressed Sensing
- RF Coil Technology
- Ultra-Short Echo-Time MRI
- Canadian College for Physicist in Medicine (2005)