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Dan Ma

Dan Ma

Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering
School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University

dxm302@case.edu
Office: 216.844.5935
ORCID: 0000-0003-1664-9579

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Research Scientist

Wenjie (Harry) Wu

Wenjie (Harry) Wu

Research Scientist, MR R&D Collaborations, Siemens Healthineers

PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St Louis.
MS in Electrical Engineering, Washington University in St Louis.
BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Harry Wu is a research scientist specializing in medical imaging science. His current work focuses on the development of high-performance computation platforms for MR Fingerprinting-based quantitative imaging and analysis. His expertise encompasses MR image reconstruction, diffusion tensor modeling, inverse problem, and high-performance image computation architecture. Outside of work, he enjoys outdoor activities, photography, and ballroom dancing.

Zhilang Qiu

Zhilang Qiu

Research Scientist in Biomedical Engineering

PhD in Pattern Recognition and Intelligent System, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
BS in Biomedical Engineering, Southern Medical University, Guangzhou, China

Zhilang Qiu, PhD is a postdoctoral scholar working on image reconstruction problems related to diffusion imaging and MR fingerprinting. He enjoys playing table tennis in his spare time.

Research Associates

Shahrzad Moinian

Research Associate

MS in Computer Science, University of Queensland, Australia
PhD in Computational Neuroimaging, University of Queensland, Australia

Shahrzad Moinian specializes in medical image acquisition and analysis with a particular interest in developing artificial intelligence-based methods for the reconstruction and analysis of magnetic resonance imaging across various clinical applications.

Her doctoral research led to the development of the MR fingerprinting residual analysis framework, a novel method for in vivo detection and characterization of microstructural variations in the human cerebral cortex.

Currently, Shahrzad's work focuses on advancing multi-dimensional MR fingerprinting acquisition and analysis for clinical translation into body imaging, aiming to enhance diagnostic capabilities and patient care.

Outside of work, she enjoys woodworking projects, playing piano and participating in social soccer.

Jessie Sun

Senior Research Associate

BSE in Materials Science & Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
PhD in Materials Science & Engineering, University of Delaware

Jessie went from studying self-assembling, polypeptidic hydrogels to teaching high school science in the Cleveland area, before joining the Center for Imaging. Jessie is an avid baker and knitter who has a soft spot for all geeky things and snacks.

Graduate Students

Siyuan (Cindy) Hu

PhD student in Biomedical Engineering

BS in Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University

2024 Doctoral Excellence Award Winner (One for each program ! )

James Adams

PhD student in Biomedical Engineering

BS in Biomedical Engineering, University of Houston

Walter Zhao

MD-PhD student in Biomedical Engineering

MS in Biomedical Imaging, University of California, San Francisco
BS in Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Walter Zhao is a graduate student in the MSTP with his current research focusing on development of MR fingerprinting-based image analytics. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, Go, and reading science fiction and fantasy.

Eunate Alzaga Goñi

PhD student in Biomedical Engineering

BS in Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester

Eunate is a graduate student in BME. Her current research focuses on the development of MRF-based deep learning algorithms. In her free time, she enjoys watching movies, reading novels, traveling, and trying new restaurants.

Undergraduate Students

Steven Zombirt

BS student in Biomedical Engineering

High School Students

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Teddy Zheng

Hawken student

Hi, I'm Teddy Zheng, a student at the Hawken High School.  Some of my hobbies and interests are rock climbing, computer science, mathematics, and watching movies. 

 

Alumni

Zheyuan (Jason) Hu

Zheyuan (Jason) Hu

Graduate student researcher at UCLA

BS student in Applied Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering

I am Zheyuan Hu, a senior undergraduate majoring in Applied Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. I am interested in cryptography, data analysis, the game of Go, and soccer.

Christina MacAskill

Christina MacAskill

Research rotation, MD-PhD student in Biomedical Engineering

BS in Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University

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