2016 - IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology “For the development of imaging instrumentation and techniques that have transformed the diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease.”
2014 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to development and application of angiographic methods in X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging.
His primary areas of study are Computer vision, Artificial intelligence, Nuclear medicine, Radiology and Magnetic resonance imaging. His study in Computer vision concentrates on Image processing, Projection, Composite image filter, Frame rate and Image quality. Charles A. Mistretta combines subjects such as Image resolution, Streak and Undersampling with his study of Projection.
The various areas that he examines in his Artificial intelligence study include Digital video, Series and Spatial frequency. His Nuclear medicine study incorporates themes from Radiography, Computed radiography, Noise, Energy and Computed tomography. His research in Magnetic resonance imaging focuses on subjects like Angiography, which are connected to Blood pool agent, Aorta and Single injection.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Nuclear medicine, Radiology and Optics. His Artificial intelligence study which covers Fluoroscopy that intersects with Visualization and Absorption edge. Computer vision is closely attributed to Pulse sequence in his work.
His study in Nuclear medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Image quality and Radiography. His work in Projection covers topics such as Undersampling which are related to areas like Streak. His Angiography research integrates issues from Magnetic resonance imaging and Biomedical engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Digital subtraction angiography, Angiography and Nuclear medicine. His work deals with themes such as Imaging phantom, Fluoroscopy and Volume, which intersect with Artificial intelligence. His study focuses on the intersection of Computer vision and fields such as Medical imaging with connections in the field of Composite image filter.
His research in Digital subtraction angiography intersects with topics in Undersampling, Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations, Rotation and Contrast. Charles A. Mistretta interconnects Reconstruction algorithm, Magnetic resonance imaging, Biomedical engineering and Confidence interval in the investigation of issues within Angiography. His research integrates issues of Image resolution, Image quality, Magnetic resonance angiography, Ultra low dose and Ct fluoroscopy in his study of Nuclear medicine.
Charles A. Mistretta mostly deals with Nuclear medicine, Digital subtraction angiography, Image resolution, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. His studies deal with areas such as Image quality, Magnetic resonance angiography, Frame rate, Energy and Three dimensional imaging as well as Nuclear medicine. His Digital subtraction angiography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Undersampling, Linear regression and Perfusion.
His research in Image resolution tackles topics such as Iterative reconstruction which are related to areas like Algorithm, Image processing, Noise reduction, Image sensor and Dosimetry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Angiography, Temporal resolution, Series and Computed tomography in addition to Artificial intelligence. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Magnetic resonance imaging, Projection and Biomedical engineering.
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Time-resolved contrast-enhanced 3D MR angiography
Frank R. Korosec;Richard Frayne;Thomas M. Grist;Charles A. Mistretta.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (1996)
Undersampled projection reconstruction applied to MR angiography.
Dana C. Peters;Frank R. Korosec;Thomas M. Grist;Walter F. Block.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2000)
Time-resolved contrast-enhanced imaging with isotropic resolution and broad coverage using an undersampled 3D projection trajectory
Andrew V. Barger;Walter F. Block;Yuriy Toropov;Thomas M. Grist.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2002)
Highly constrained backprojection for time-resolved MRI
C. A. Mistretta;O. Wieben;J. Velikina;W. Block.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2006)
PC VIPR: a high-speed 3D phase-contrast method for flow quantification and high-resolution angiography.
Tianliang Gu;Frank R Korosec;Walter F Block;Sean B Fain.
American Journal of Neuroradiology (2005)
Steady-state and dynamic MR angiography with MS-325: initial experience in humans.
T M Grist;F R Korosec;D C Peters;S Witte.
Computerized fluoroscopy: digital subtraction for intravenous angiocardiography and arteriography.
AB Crummy;CM Strother;JF Sackett;DL Ergun.
American Journal of Roentgenology (1980)
Digital angiography: a perspective.
C A Mistretta;A B Crummy;C M Strother.
Computerized Fluoroscopy in Real Time for Noninvasive Visualization of the Cardiovascular System
Robert A. Kruger;Charles A. Mistretta;Theodore L. Houk;Stephen J. Riederer.
Improved 3D Phase Contrast MRI with Off-resonance Corrected Dual Echo VIPR
Kevin M. Johnson;Darren P. Lum;Patrick A. Turski;Walter F. Block.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2008)
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