hMRC Physicist Presenting in the ISMRM Conference
Human Magnetic Resonance Center (hMRC) physicist Dr. Rajakumar Nagarajan's abstracts have been selected in the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) Conference this May 2021. The ISMRM is the premier scientific conference for MR work worldwide. This work was in collaboration with Baystate Medical Center, UMass Biomedical Engineering, and Kinesiology faculty members.
Rajakumar Nagarajan is the MR Physicist working at Human Magnetic Resonance Center (hMRC), UMass, Amherst. He has strong MR Physics background and expertise in MR spectroscopy, including multinuclear spectroscopy, time series analysis, and spectroscopic or chemical shift imaging. He provides technical assistance with magnetic resonance (MR) protocol development and evaluation, data collection, advanced processing of data, and oversight of MR technician. Rajakumar trains and support faculty or trainees about MR safety, data acquisition and post-processing. He provides timely support to investigators for grant funding and also monitors new developments and improvements in technology to keep core competitive and state-of-the-art.