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ImagingNation, brought to you by the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine, strives to provide insight to audiences of all backgrounds to past, present, and future principles of imaging, medicine, and biomedical engineering.

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ImagingNation, brought to you by the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine, strives to provide insight to audiences of all backgrounds to past, present, and future principles of imaging, medicine, and biomedical engineering.

    Low Field, High Impact

    Low Field, High Impact

    ImagingNation, brought to you by the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine, strives to provide insight to audiences of all backgrounds to past, present, and future principles of imaging, medicine, and biomedical engineering. In this episode, Jazz and Mallory are joined by three original members of the TMII team who now are making waves in the medical startup arena at Hyperfine; Rafael O'Halloran, Prantik Kundu, and Hadrien Dyvorne. Hyperfine, a medical imaging startup that designs low-field MRI systems, has been growing rapidly due to the unique portability of their MRI system. To find out more about the Hyperfine, please visit hyperfine.io, and to find out more about our institute, please visit bmeiisinai.org

    • 44 min
    Flexible Biosensors for Every Body

    Flexible Biosensors for Every Body

    In this episode Jazz Munitz and Mallory Stellato sit down (virtually) with Dr. Woonhong Yeo, Assistant Professor in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Director of Center for Human-Centric Interfaces and Engineering at Georgia Tech. Dr. Yeo, who designs soft biosensors for neural recording, explains the path of his interests, and how his background in mechanical engineering has led to development of technology to utilize robotic peripheral devices and flexible sensors in providing patients with motor control disorders new levels of mobility, independence, and agency.

    For more information about the institute, please visit bmeiisinai.org

    • 54 min
    Artificial Intelligence and COVID-19

    Artificial Intelligence and COVID-19

    ImagingNation, brought to you by the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine, strives to provide insight to audiences of all backgrounds to past, present, and future principles of imaging, medicine, and biomedical engineering. In this episode, Dr. Yang Yang, Assistant Professor of Radiology at BMEII, Dr. Adam Bernheim, and Dr. Michael Chung, both Assistant Professors of Radiology at the Icahn School of Medicine, and Jazz Munitz, Associate Researcher of nanoimmunotherapeutics and Manager of Preclinical Nuclear Imaging, discuss BMEII's exciting new AI algorithm designed in collaboration with scientists from China, which combines clinical presentations, patient history, and chest X-Rays to diagnose COVID-19. Furthermore, exploration of this new diagnostic tool is tied into considerations of AI's integration in radiology.

    • 39 min
    Warrior Watch

    Warrior Watch

    In this episode, Dr. Zahi Fayad, Director of BMEII, and Dr. Robert Hirten, Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology at Mt. Sinai, and Jazz Munitz, Associate Researcher of nanoimmunotherapeutics and Manager of Preclinical Nuclear Imaging, discuss BMEII and Mt. Sinai's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the Warrior Watch Study and the MSCIC (Mount Sinai Covid Informatics Center). To find out more about the Warrior Watch Project, and to sign up, please send an email to covid.hcw@mssm.edu

    • 47 min

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