2009 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
His primary areas of study are Magnetic resonance imaging, Prostate cancer, Nuclear medicine, Prostate and Pathology. His Magnetic resonance imaging study typically links adjacent topics like Nuclear magnetic resonance. His studies deal with areas such as Biopsy, Alanine, Mr spectroscopic imaging and Adenocarcinoma as well as Prostate cancer.
Daniel B. Vigneron has included themes like Central nervous system disease, Radiation therapy, Brachytherapy, Glioma and Receiver operating characteristic in his Nuclear medicine study. As a member of one scientific family, Daniel B. Vigneron mostly works in the field of Prostate, focusing on Hyperplasia and, on occasion, Human prostate, Prostatic adenocarcinoma and Cryosurgery. His Pathology research incorporates themes from Choline, PCA3 and Contrast.
Daniel B. Vigneron mainly investigates Nuclear magnetic resonance, Magnetic resonance imaging, Nuclear medicine, Pathology and Prostate cancer. Daniel B. Vigneron has researched Nuclear magnetic resonance in several fields, including Image resolution, Imaging phantom, Hyperpolarized 13c and Electromagnetic coil. Magnetic resonance imaging is a subfield of Radiology that Daniel B. Vigneron tackles.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including White matter, Central nervous system disease, Brain tumor, Voxel and Radiation therapy. His Pathology research includes elements of Choline and Perfusion. His Prostate cancer course of study focuses on Prostate and Biopsy.
Nuclear magnetic resonance, Magnetic resonance imaging, Hyperpolarized 13c, Imaging phantom and Prostate cancer are his primary areas of study. His Nuclear magnetic resonance research includes themes of Molecular imaging, Temporal resolution and Pulse. The Magnetic resonance imaging study combines topics in areas such as Diamond, Perfusion, Glioma, Pathology and Signal.
His work deals with themes such as Cancer metabolism, Oncology and Biomedical engineering, which intersect with Hyperpolarized 13c. He has included themes like Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging, Adenocarcinoma, Prostate and Lactate dehydrogenase in his Prostate cancer study. Prostate is a primary field of his research addressed under Cancer.
Daniel B. Vigneron mostly deals with Magnetic resonance imaging, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Prostate cancer, Molecular imaging and Hyperpolarization. His work blends Magnetic resonance imaging and Acceleration studies together. His Nuclear magnetic resonance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Imaging phantom, In vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Pulse.
His Prostate cancer research incorporates elements of Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging, Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI, Adenocarcinoma and Lactate dehydrogenase. His Molecular imaging research includes elements of Image resolution, High bandwidth, Mr spectroscopic imaging, Temporal resolution and Scanner. As part of the same scientific family, Daniel B. Vigneron usually focuses on Hyperpolarization, concentrating on Hyperpolarized 13c and intersecting with Murine model, Biophysics, Carbonate and Bicarbonate.
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Metabolic Imaging of Patients with Prostate Cancer Using Hyperpolarized [1-13C]Pyruvate
Sarah J. Nelson;John Kurhanewicz;Daniel B. Vigneron;Peder E. Z. Larson.
Science Translational Medicine (2013)
Three-dimensional H-1 MR spectroscopic imaging of the in situ human prostate with high (0.24-0.7-cm3) spatial resolution.
J Kurhanewicz;D B Vigneron;H Hricak;P Narayan.
Abnormal Brain Development in Newborns with Congenital Heart Disease
Steven P. Miller;Patrick S. McQuillen;Shannon Hamrick;Duan Xu.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2007)
Prostate cancer: localization with three-dimensional proton MR spectroscopic imaging--clinicopathologic study.
J Scheidler;H Hricak;D B Vigneron;K K Yu.
Analysis of Cancer Metabolism by Imaging Hyperpolarized Nuclei: Prospects for Translation to Clinical Research
John Kurhanewicz;Daniel B. Vigneron;Kevin Brindle;Eduard Y. Chekmenev.
Hyperpolarized 13C Lactate, Pyruvate, and Alanine: Noninvasive Biomarkers for Prostate Cancer Detection and Grading
Mark J. Albers;Robert Bok;Albert P. Chen;Charles H. Cunningham.
Cancer Research (2008)
Clinical Proton MR Spectroscopy in Central Nervous System Disorders
Gülin Öz;Jeffry R. Alger;Peter B. Barker;Robert Bartha.
Preoperative Proton MR Spectroscopic Imaging of Brain Tumors: Correlation with Histopathologic Analysis of Resection Specimens
Chris Dowling;Andrew W. Bollen;Susan M. Noworolski;Michael W. McDermott.
American Journal of Neuroradiology (2001)
Prediction of neuromotor outcome in perinatal asphyxia: evaluation of MR scoring systems.
A J Barkovich;B L Hajnal;D Vigneron;A Sola.
American Journal of Neuroradiology (1998)
Combined magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopic imaging approach to molecular imaging of prostate cancer.
John Kurhanewicz;Mark G. Swanson;Sarah J. Nelson;Daniel B. Vigneron.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2002)
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