Da Wang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, joined UT Southwestern from the Department of Radiation and Cellular Oncology at the University of Chicago. Dr. Wang earned both his B.S. and M.S. from Peking University in China, followed by a Ph.D. at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and medical physics residency from the University of Washington.

Dr. Wang is part of the Division of Medical Physics and Engineering​ in the Department of Radiation Oncology.

Research Interest

  • Adaptive treatment planning
  • Auto-contouring and contour evaluations
  • Same-day simulation
  • Treatments to improve quality of care for SAbR patients


Slice encoding for the reduction of outflow signal artifacts in cine balanced SSFP imaging
Ali F, Bydder M, Han H, Wang D, Ghodrati V, Gao C, Prosper A, Nguyen KL, Finn JP, Hu P Magnetic resonance in medicine 2021 Oct 86 2034-2048
Accelerated phase contrast MRI using hybrid one- and two-sided flow encodings only (HOTFEO)
Wang D, Chien A, Shao J, Ali FA, Hu P NMR in biomedicine 2018 May 31
Phase-contrast MRI with hybrid one and two-sided flow-encoding and velocity spectrum separation
Wang D, Shao J, Ennis DB, Hu P Magnetic resonance in medicine 2017 Jul 78 182-192
Phase contrast MRI with flow compensation view sharing
Wang D, Shao J, Rapacchi S, Middione MJ, Ennis DB, Hu P Magnetic resonance in medicine 2015 Feb 73 505-513