Dr. Dianna D. Cody
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Diagnostic Imaging Physics
My research interests include the implementation of emerging computed tomographic technology within a challenging clinical environment, the exploration/validation of new technology in a translational research environment, and the development of improved methods and tools to assess radiation exposure from computed tomographic examinations.
A tutorial in my laboratory would be focused on a well-defined research project. The student would conduct some portion of a project, such as provide an image analysis result, or analyze the long-term results from quality control programs (for clinical and/or research CT scanners), or assess the robustness of commercial CT software packages.
Office: MDA FCT14.6074 (Unit 1472)
Ph.D. - University of Michigan - 1987