Areas of Interest
The research in my lab focuses on the development of novel MRI acquisition technologies that can improve disease diagnosis for patient care. Our group employs engineering-driven approaches to address unmet clinical-driven needs. We have projects to develop new MRI acquisition schemes and reconstruction algorithms that take advantage of the modern MRI hardware and computational capabilities to accelerate the acquisition, improve the imaging quality, and extract rich quantitative information that has high sensitivity and specificity of diseases. One of the key developments is Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting, which measures multiple tissue properties with unprecedented accuracy and reproducibility in one accelerated scan.
I am looking for strong PhD graduate student candidates and postdocs, please contact me if interested.
- Case Western Reserve University, PhD (Biomedical Engineering), 2017
- Körzdörfer G, Jiang Y, Speier P, Pang J, Ma D, Pfeuffer J, Hensel B, Gulani V, Griswold M, Nittka M. Magnetic resonance field fingerprinting. Magn. Reson. Med. 2019;81:2347–2359.
- Jiang Y, Ma D, Bhat H, Ye H, Cauley SF, Wald LL, Setsompop K, Griswold MA. Use of pattern recognition for unaliasing simultaneously acquired slices in simultaneous multislice MR fingerprinting. Magn. Reson. Med. 2017;78:1870–1876.
- Jiang Y, Ma D, Keenan KE, Stupic KF, Gulani V, Griswold MA. Repeatability of magnetic resonance fingerprinting T1 and T2 estimates assessed using the ISMRM/NIST MRI system phantom. Magn. Reson. Med. 2017;78:1452–1457.
- Jiang Y, Ma D, Jerecic R, Duerk J, Seiberlich N, Gulani V, Griswold MA. MR fingerprinting using the quick echo splitting NMR imaging technique. Magn. Reson. Med. 2017;77:979–988.
- Jiang Y, Ma D, Seiberlich N, Gulani V, Griswold MA. MR fingerprinting using fast imaging with steady state precession (FISP) with spiral readout. Magn. Reson. Med. 2015;74:1621–1631.
- Qing K, Ruppert K, Jiang Y, Mata JF, Miller GW, Shim YM, Wang C, Ruset IC, Hersman FW, Altes TA. Regional mapping of gas uptake by blood and tissue in the human lung using hyperpolarized xenon‐129 MRI. J. Magn. Reson. Imaging 2014;39:346–359.
- Tsao J, Jiang Y. Hierarchical IDEAL: Fast, robust, and multiresolution separation of multiple chemical species from multiple echo times. Magn. Reson. Med. 2013;70:155–159.