“Low-Frequency Electrical Conductivity Imaging using Magnetic Resonance Imaging”
Hosted by the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR)
Brief Bio: Munish Chauhan, Ph.D., is an Assistant Research Professor in Dr. Rosalind Sadleir’s neuro-Electricity Laboratory at Arizona State University. Dr. Chauhan received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the Impedance Imaging Research Center (IIRC) at Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea, in 2014. His research focuses on solving the forward and inverse problems in MR-based impedance imaging using Finite Element Modeling (FEM), MR-based Impedance Imaging (MREIT) reconstruction techniques and medical hardware design. Dr. Chauhan’s research background encompasses MRI Physics, current density imaging (CDI) using MRI, MRI experimental design and sequence programming, and data processing, interpretation, and analysis. Dr. Chauhan started his work at Arizona State University, developing high-field MREIT techniques to detect in-vitro neural activity. He performed imaging experiments to reconstruct fast magnetic flux density and conductivity maps using 3T Philips, 7T Bruker, and 18.7T Varian MRIs. Currently, he is working on mechanism and dosimetry exploration in transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) using magnetic resonance current mapping methods.
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