Dr. John D. Hazle
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Imaging Physics
My two primary areas of interest are magnetic resonance imaging guided interventions and therapy, and small animal imaging. A major program in MR image guided therapy has been established with a focus on using MR temperature imaging to guide thermally ablative therapy or as feedback for models to predict biological response (i.e., heat-shock protein expression). I also direct the Small Animal Imaging Facility at M. D. Anderson where the full spectrum of imaging modalities (MR, CT, nuclear, optical, ultrasound) are used in the study of cancer.
A tutorial in this area may provide the student experience in the areas of magnetic resonance imaging and image guided therapy.
Program in Medical Physics
Office: MDA FCT 14.6044 (Unit 1472)
Ph.D. - The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston - 1989