Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt ranked in the top 20 nationally in all 6/10 pediatric specialties, including 12th in Neurology and Neurosurgery. Not half bad. http://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/area/tn/monroe-carell-jr-childrens-hospital-at-vanderbilt-PA6521060 -Allen Continue reading Vandy Children’s Ranked Again
I’m glad to announce that I was recently accepted as a Member to the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center. They are a great organization that shares my mission for improving the lives of children. Looking forward to serving their community going forward. http://vkc.mc.vanderbilt.edu/people/newton-allen Continue reading Accepted as Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Member
We finally put this together and had it accepted to AJNR. Just a taste of what can be done with extra, multi-echo information. http://www.ajnr.org/content/early/2016/03/17/ajnr.A4700.abstract Continue reading clinical perfusion paper was published!
An exciting 7T image at ultra-high resolution potentially showing cellular layers within the hippocampus. Food for thought…. Continue reading Imaging Hippocampal Layers
We recently had some great success non-invasively imaging the anesthetized non-human primate at 7T. Continue reading NHP imaging on the human 7T
Many of us end up moving from computer to computer, sometimes across platforms, as we work from home, on a desktop in our office, on a laptop while at the scanner, and who knows where else. For me, this created a logistical nightmare trying to make sure what I did in one location was at … Continue reading Tips for the Traveling Imaging Scientist