Jie Deng, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology’s Division of Medical Physics & Engineering.
Prior to joining UT Southwestern, Dr. Deng was an Associate Professor of Diagnostic Radiology at Northwestern University and Rush University Medical Center. She is a certified magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical physicist by the American Board of Medical Physics.
Dr. Deng received her Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from Northwestern University. She also received her Master of Science in Law degree from Northwestern Pritzker Law School.
Dr. Deng has extensive clinical and research experience in MRI physics, quantitative MRI, oncological imaging, imaging processing, and AI applications in medical imaging. Specifically, she has been continuously working on clinical implementation, development, and improvement of advanced MRI technologies in tissue characterization, functional MRI for therapeutic response evaluation, AI-assisted disease diagnosis, and image quality improvement.
- Adaptive radiotherapy
- Artificial intelligence in modern radiation therapy
- Functional oncological MRI
- MRI-guided radiation therapy
- Motion artifacts reduction in brain MRI by means of a deep residual network with densely connected multi-resolution blocks (DRN-DCMB).
- Liu J, Kocak M, Supanich M, Deng J, Magn Reson Imaging 2020 09 71 69-79
- Deep learning LI-RADS grading system based on contrast enhanced multiphase MRI for differentiation between LR-3 and LR-4/LR-5 liver tumors.
- Wu Y, White GM, Cornelius T, Gowdar I, Ansari MH, Supanich MP, Deng J, Ann Transl Med 2020 Jun 8 11 701
- MRI characterization of brown adipose tissue under thermal challenges in normal weight, overweight, and obese young men.
- Deng J, Neff LM, Rubert NC, Zhang B, Shore RM, Samet JD, Nelson PC, Landsberg L, J Magn Reson Imaging 2018 04 47 4 936-947
- Extended diffusion weighted magnetic resonance imaging with two-compartment and anomalous diffusion models for differentiation of low-grade and high-grade brain tumors in pediatric patients.
- Burrowes D, Fangusaro JR, Nelson PC, Zhang B, Wadhwani NR, Rozenfeld MJ, Deng J, Neuroradiology 2017 Aug 59 8 803-811
- Multishot targeted PROPELLER magnetic resonance imaging: description of the technique and initial applications.
- Deng J, Larson AC, Invest Radiol 2009 Aug 44 8 454-62
- Multishot diffusion-weighted SPLICE PROPELLER MRI of the abdomen.
- Deng J, Omary RA, Larson AC, Magn Reson Med 2008 May 59 5 947-53
- Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging for determining bone marrow fat fraction at 1.5 T and 3.0 T: a technique to noninvasively assess cellularity and potential malignancy of the bone marrow.
- Samet JD, Deng J, Schafernak K, Arva NC, Lin X, Peevey J, Fayad LM, Pediatr Radiol 2021 01 51 1 94-102
- Activated brown adipose tissue and its relationship to adiposity and metabolic markers: an exploratory study.
- Soundarrajan M, Deng J, Kwasny M, Rubert NC, Nelson PC, El-Seoud DA, Landsberg L, Neff LM, Adipocyte 2020 12 9 1 87-95
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Personalized Approach to Understanding Fatty Liver Disease.
- Barnekow K, Shyken P, Ito J, Deng J, Mohammad S, Fishbein M, J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2019 06 68 6 777-781
- Chemotherapy response evaluation in a mouse model of gastric cancer using intravoxel incoherent motion diffusion-weighted MRI and histopathology.
- Cheng J, Wang Y, Zhang CF, Wang H, Wu WZ, Pan F, Hong N, Deng J, World J Gastroenterol 2017 Mar 23 11 1990-2001
- American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) (2016)
- American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) (2016)
- International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) (2016)
- Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) (2016)