F. Scott Pereles, M.D.

Dr. F. Scott Pereles

F. Scott Pereles, M.D. Medical Director

Served as Director of Body MRI and Co-Director of Cardiac MRI at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. He has received two US Patents for Laser Guided Systems for CT directed biopsies. His varied research interests have included developing clinical applications applying the most advanced 3D post-processing techniques, especially in the field of spine, cardiac and vascular procedures. Dr. Pereles founded and directed Northwestern’s SMaRT Program, which trained International MRI Technologists and Radiologists to perform cutting edge imaging techniques. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, cum laude and received his medical degree from the University of Maryland, followed by an Internal Medicine Internship at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore/John’s Hopkins.


Education:

Undergraduate:
University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Medical:
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Course, Washington, DC
Internship:
Medical Internship at Johns Hopkins Hospitals/Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland
Residency:
Diagnostic Radiology Residency at University of Arizona Health Sciences Center of Tucson, Arizona
Fellowship:
Body Imaging fellowship at North Carolina Baptist Hospital/Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Winston-Salem, North Carolina


Licensure & Certifications:

  • Indiana State Medical License, May 2008
  • New York State Medical License, March 2008
  • California State Medical License, May 2004
  • Illinois State Medical License, July 1998
  • North Carolina Medical Board State License, September 1997
  • Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology, June 1997
  • Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners, June 1993

Affiliations:

  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society
  • Society of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance
  • International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
  • American College of Radiology

Publications:

(Peer Reviewed Journals)

1. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Carr JC, Francois C, Morasch MD, McCarthy RM, Krupinski EA, Butler GM, Finn JP. Accuracy of stepping-table lower extremity MR angiography with dual level bolus timing and separate calf acquisition: hybrid peripheral MR angiography. Radiology 2006; 240(1):283-290
2. Welker M, Salanitri J, Deshpande VS, Shea SM, Li D, Pereles FS. Coronary artery anomalies diagnosed by magnetic resonance angiography. Australasian Radiology 2006; 50(2):114-121
3. Omary RA, Gehl JA, Schirf BE, Green JD, Lu B, Pereles FS, Huang J, Larson AC, Li D. MR imaging versus conventional X-ray fluoroscopy-guided renal angioplasty in swine: prospective randomized comparison. Radiology 2006; 238(2):489-496
4. Bello D, Fieno DS, Kim R, Pereles FS, Passman R, Song GK, Kadish A, Goldberger J. Infarct size identifies patients with substrate for sustained ventricular tachycardia. JACC 2005; 45(7):1104-1108
5. Shors SM, Cotts W, Pavlovic-Surjancev B, Gheorgiade M, Carr JC, McCarthy RM, Pereles FS, Finn JP. Noninvasive cardiac evaluation in heart failure patients using magnetic resonance imaging: a feasibility study. Heart Fail Rev. 2005; 10(4):265-273
6. Green JD, Omary RA, Schirf BE, Tang R, Lu B, Gehl JA, Huang JJ, Carr JC, Pereles FS, Li D. Comparison of X-Ray Fluoroscopy and Interventional Magnetic Resonance Imaging for the Assessment of Coronary Artery Stenosis in Swine. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 2005; 54:1094-1099
7. Salanitri JC, Welker M, Pereles FS. Magnetic resonance imaging of acute myocardial infarction in dextrocardia with situs solitus (dextroversion). Case report. Australasian Radiology 2005; 49:422-426
8. Salanitri GC, Huo E, Miller FH, Gupta A, Pereles FS. MRI of mycotic sinus of valsalva pseudoaneurysm secondary to Aspergillus Pericarditis. Case Report AJR 2005; 184:S25-S27
9. Morasch MD, Pereles FS, Sam AD, Collins JD, Song G, Chen R. Letter to the Editor. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2004; 40(1):204
10. Salanitri GC, Pereles FS. Cardiac lipoma and lipomatous hypertrophy of the interatrial septum: cardiac magnetic resonance findings. J Comput Assist Tomogr 2004; 28:852-856
11. Sam A, Morasch MD, Song GA, Collins JD, Song G, Chen R, Pereles FS. Safety of gadolinium contrast in patients with chronic renal failure. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2003; 38:313-318
12. Baskaran V, Pereles FS, Russell EJ, Georganos SA, Shaibani A, Spero KA, Krupinski EA, Zhang A, Finn JP. 3D TrueFISP for axial myelographic MR imaging of the cervical spine. Radiology 2003; 227:585-592
13. Mc Carthy RM, Shea SM, Deshpande V, Green JD, Pereles FS, Carr JC, Finn JP, Li D. Coronary magnetic resonance angiography: improved TrueFISP imaging by prolonging breath-holds with preoxygenation in healthy volunteers. Radiology 2003; 227:283-288
14. Carr J, Nemcek A, Abecassis M, Blei A, Clark L, Pereles FS, Mc Carthy R, Finn JP. Pre-operative evaluation of the entire hepatic vasculature in living donors with use of contrast-enhanced MR angiography and True Fast Imaging with Steady-state Precession. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (JVIR) 2003; 14:441-449
15. Morasch MD, Collins JD, Pereles FS, Carr JC, Eskandari MK, Pearce WH, Finn JP. Lower extremity stepping-table MRA using multi-level contrast timing and segmented contrast infusion. J Vasc Surg 2003; 37:62-71
16. Carr JC, Laub G, Zheng Jie, Pereles FS, Finn P. Time-resolved three-dimensional pulmonary MR angiography and perfusion imaging with ultrashort repetition time. Acad Radiol 2003;9:1407-1418
17. Omary RA, Vasireddy S, Chrisman HB, Ryu RK, Pereles FS, Carr JC, Resnick SA, Nemcek AA, Vogelzang RL. The effect of pelvic MR imaging on the diagnosis and treatment of women with presumed symptomatic uterine fibroids. J Vasc Interv Radiol 2002; 13:1149-1153
18. Finn JP, Baskaran V, Carr JC, Mc Carthy RM, Pereles FS, Krocker R, Laub G. Thorax: Low-dose, contrast-enhanced three-dimensional MR angiography with sub-second temporal resolution – initial results. Radiology 2002; 224:896-904
19. Pereles FS, MC Carthy RM, Baskaran V, Carr JC, Kapoor V, Krupinski E, Finn JP. Thoracic aortic dissection and aneurysm: evaluation with nonenhanced TrueFISP MR angiography in less than 4 minutes. Radiology 2002; 223:270-274
20. Carr JC, Ma J, Desphande V, Pereles FS, Laub G, Finn JP. High-resolution breath-hold contrast-enhanced MR angiography of the entire carotid circulation. AJR 2002; 178:543-545
21. Baskaran V, Pereles FS, Miller F, Ly JN, Carr JC, Nemcek AA, Finn JP. Evaluation of renal artery stenosis with Gadolinium enhanced MR angiography: comparison of maximum intensity projection, multi-planar reformatting, and 3-D volume rendering post-processing algorithms. Acad Radiol 2002; 9:50-59
22. Pereles FS, Baskaran V. Abdominal magnetic resonance angiography: principles and practical applications. Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2001; 12(5):317-326
23. Pereles FS, Kapoor V, Baskaran V, Krupinski E, Carr JC, Finn JP. Utility of segmented TrueFISP cardiac pulse sequence for evaluation of congenital and acquired adult cardiac abnormalities. AJR 2001; 177(5): 1155-1160
24. Carr JC, Simonetti O, Bundy J, Li D, Pereles FS, Finn JP. Segmented TrueFISP – a new technique for cine MR angiography of the heart. Radiology 2001; 219:828-834
25. Gore RM, Miller FH, Pereles FS, Yaghmai V, Berlin J. Helical CT in the evaluation of the acute abdomen. Centennial Dissertation Article. AJR 2000; 174(4):901-913
26. Pereles FS, Baker M, Baldwin R, Krupinski E, Unger EC. Accuracy of CT biopsy: laser guidance versus conventional freehand techniques. Acad Radiol 1998; 5:766-770
27. Pereles FS, Ozgur HT, Lund PJ, Unger EC. Potentials of new laser guidance device for percutaneous musculoskeletal procedures. Skeletal Radiol 1997; 26(11):650-653
28. Lund PJ, Krupinski E, Mockbee B, Pereles FS. Comparison of conventional and computed radiography: assessment of image quality and reader performance in skeletal extremity trauma. Acad Radiol 1997; 4:570576
29. Pereles FS, Fondriest J. The pinto plug. Letter to the Editor AJR, 1994; 163:1530


Publications cont’d:

(Books, Chapters, Teaching Modules and Non-Peer Reviewed Journal Articles)

1. Pereles FS and Goldman J. Cardiac MR and Cardiac CT. In Pereles FS (ed): Cardiac Imaging: Cases. in progress for publication by McGraw Hill 2009
2. Pereles FS. MR of solid parenchymal organs. In Gore RM, Levine MS (eds): Textbook of Gastrointestinal Radiology (3rd ed). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders/Elsevier, 2007
3. Salanitri JC and Pereles FS. Magnetic resonance venography of the body. In Edelman RR, Hesselink JR, Zlatkin MB and Crues J (eds): Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders 2005
4. Pereles FS and Ho VB. Time-resolved MR angiography. In Schneider G, Prince MR, Meaney JFM and Ho VB (eds): Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Techniques, Indications and Practical Applications. Milan Italy: Springer 2005
5. Singh A and Pereles FS. Parallel processing easily enhances images of the heart. Diagnostic Imaging February 2004
6. Morasch MD and Pereles FS. Diagnosis and treatment of carotid disease. [CME Videotape for physicians and technologists] 2003
7. Pereles FS. MRI for Technologists. Module 3: Vascular and Cardiac MRI [CME for technologists] 2003
8. Baskaran V, Morasch MD, Pereles FS. Magnetic resonance imaging of the extra- and intracranial cerebrovasculature. In Pearce WH, Yao JST (eds): Advances in Vascular Surgery. Chicago: Precept Press, 2001
9. Ward EM, Fulcher AS, Pereles FS, et al: Malignant disorders of the bilary tract. In Gore RM, Levine MS (eds): Textbook of Gastrointestinal Radiology (2nd ed). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 2000
10. Berlin JW, Pereles FS, Miller FH, et al: Radiologic imaging and staging of primary and metastatic liver tumors. In Talamonti MS (ed): Liver Directed Therapies. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000
11. Pereles FS. SERODS: 90’s Ultra-High storage capacity. Future Technology Service, International Data Group (IDG, publisher of Computer World, PC World, and 130 other publications internationally), IDC Washington Publication No.1169, June 27, 1990
12. Pereles FS. Holostore breaks the I/O bottleneck. Future Technology Service, IDG, IDC Washington Publication No.1189, September 25, 1990


Submitted publications:

1. Foley D and Pereles FS. Aortic MRA/CTA chapter for an upcoming Techniques of MRA and CTA book edited by Geoff Rubin and Neil Rofsky.

 


SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT ORAL PRESENTATIONS:

(presenter in Italics)

1. Pereles FS, Carr JC, Dill K. Pulmonary MRA/MRV imaging strategies including time-resolved techniques. 17th Annual International Magnetic Resonance Angiography Workshop, Beijing, China, September 2005.
2. Carr J, Sandman D, O’Hara K, Cashen T, Pereles S, Kroeker, Simonetti O, Carroll T. Time-resolved dynamic ECG triggered MR angiography of the thoracic aorta. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 13th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Miami, Florida, May 2005.
3. Green JD, Omary RA, Schirf BE, Tang R, Lu B, Gehl JA, Carr JC, Huang JJ, Pereles FS, Li D. Quantification of coronary artery stenosis using interventional MRI: comparison to x-ray fluoroscopy. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 13th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Miami, Florida, May 2005.
4. Sandman DN, Salanitri J, Simonetti O, Wu E, Rocha C, Pereles S, Li D, Carr JC. First-pass resting myocardial perfusion at 3.0 Tesla. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 13th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Miami, Florida, May 2005.
5. Sandman DN, Carr JC, Larson A, Crowe M, Kroeker R, Pereles S, Simonetti O. Cartesian self-gated cine MRI: initial clinical experience. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 13th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Miami, Florida, May 2005.
6. Gehl JA, Schirf BE, Green JD, Lu B, Pereles FS, Omary RA. Prospective randomized comparison of MRI versus X-ray guided renal angioplasty in swine. Society of Interventional Radiology 30th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisianna, March 2005. For this work Dr. Gehl was the recipient of the Constantin Cope Medical Student SIR Annual Scientific Meeting Research Award
7. Salanitri J, Pereles FS, Welker M, Krupinski E. Comparison of true FISP cardiac cine performed before and after gadolinium administration. European Society of Cardiac Radiology, Berlin, Germany, October 2004.
8. Pereles FS, Singh AP, Lesser J, Collins JD, Song GK, Welker MJ, Krupinski E, Hamilton A, Gurujal R, Bonow RO. Ellipsicity index by magnetic resonance imaging: a reliable indicator of constrictive pericardial disease. 32nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the North American Society for Cardiac Imaging, Amelia Island, Florida, October 2004.
9. Haupt ME, Fieno D, Dibs S, Carr JC, Krupinski E, Fasanatti C, Leloudas N, Pereles FS. Rapid MR determination of cardiac output by a single breath-held aortic flow quantification: correlation with standard left ventricular contouring technique. 15th International MR Angio Club Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, September 2003.
10. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Carr JC, Morasch MD, Francois CJ, Finn JP. Clinical comparison of the hybrid peripheral magnetic resonance angiography technique versus sequential stepping-table approach. 15th International MR Angio Club Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, September 2003.
11. Collins JD, Bello D, Betts T, Shors SM, Carr J, Huo E, Pereles FS. 3D Pulmonary MR angiography models reduce radiation for electrophysiological ablation Procedures. 15th International MR Angio Club Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, September 2003.
12. Finn P, Carr J, Laub G, Ratib O, Pereles FS, Li D. Clinical applications of time-resolved, contrast-enhanced MRA with ultra-short TR. 15th International MR Angioclub Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, September 2003.
13. Shors SM, Cotts WG, Pavlovic-Surjancev B, Gheorghiade M, Carr JC, Pereles FS, Finn JP. Functional MR angiography in heart failure. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 2003.
14. Bello D, Fieno DS, Pereles FS, Song GK, Wesson A, Passman R, Kadish A Goldberger J. Infarct size identifies patients with substrate for ventricular tachycardia. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 2003.
15. Fieno DS, Bello D, Pereles FS, Betts T, Wesson A, Passman R, Song GK, Dibs S, Kadish A Goldberger J. Infarct morphology identifies patients with substrate for ventricular tachycardia. 6th Annual Scientific Sessions of the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, Orlando, Florida, February 2003.
16. Collins JD, Pereles FS, Bello D, Betts T, Song GK, Finn JP. Pre-ablative pulmonary venous mapping by high-resolution MR angiography facilitates electrophysiologic pulmonary vein ablation and reduces fluoroscopy time in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002.
17. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Song GK, Finn JP. Comparison of sphericity index and novel ellipsicity index as an indicator of constrictive physiology in patients with pericardial disease. 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002.
18. Carr JC, Pereles FS, Mc Carthy RM, Collins JD, Simonetti O, Finn JP. Delayed contrast-enhanced imaging of myocardial infarction using single-shot inversion recovery (IR) TrueFISP. 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002.
19. Francois C, Collins JD, Carr JC, Pereles FS, Finn JP. Pelvis to calf transit times in patients with peripheral vascular disease assessed with magnetic resonance imaging. 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002.
20. Shors SM, Cotts WG, Pavlovic-Surjancev B, Niemczura RA, Pereles FS, Finn JP. Noninvasive evaluation of cardiac function in heart failure patients using MRI. 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002.
21. Pereles FS, Carr JC, Collins JD, Mc Carthy RM, Krupinski EC, Finn JP. Rapid MR evaluation of aortic disease. 14th Annual International Workshop on MRA, Essen, Germany, October 2002.
22. Collins JD, Pereles FS, Song GK, Shors SM, Bello D, Betts T, Carr JC, Finn JP. Pre-ablative high-resolution MRA facilitates electrophysiologic pulmonary vein ablation and reduces fluoroscopy time in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. 14th Annual International Workshop on MRA, Essen, Germany, October 2002.
23. Collins JD, Pereles FS, Song GK, Bello D, Betts T, Finn JP. Pre-ablative pulmonary venous mapping by high resolution MR angiography facilitates electrophysiologic pulmonary vein ablation and reduces fluoroscopy time in patients. North American Society for Cardiac Imaging 30th Annual Meeting and Scientific Session/Third International Workshop on Coronary MR and CT Angiography, Dallas, Texas, September 2002.
24. Song GK, Pereles FS, Collins JD, Fieno DS, Bello D, Finn JP. MR viability infarct morphology in patients with coronary artery disease with and without inducible monomorphic ventricular tachycardia. North American Society for Cardiac Imaging 30th Annual Meeting and Scientific Session/Third International Workshop on Coronary MR and CT Angiography, Dallas, Texas, September 2002. Dr. Song was awarded Young Investigator Award for this presentation.
25. Pereles FS, Song GK, Collins JD, Lesser J, Finn JP. MR evidence of pericardial disease: sphericity and ellipsicity indices as indicators of constrictive physiology. North American Society for Cardiac Imaging 30th Annual Meeting and Scientific Session/Third International Workshop on Coronary MR and CT Angiography; Dallas, Texas, September 2002.
26. Morasch MD, Pereles FS, Collins JD, Carr JC, Eskandari MK, Pearce WH, Finn JP. Lower extremity stepping-table MRA using multi-level contrast timing and segmented contrast infusion. Proceedings of Joint Annual Meeting of The American Association for Vascular Surgery and The Society for Vascular Surgery. Boston Massachusetts, June 2002.
27. Collins JD, Pereles FS, Bello D, Betts T, Song GK, Finn JP. Preablative MRA for pulmonary venous mapping facilitates catheter ablation for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. 2002 Chest Conference (The Fleischner Society and European Society of Thoracic Imaging), Brugge Belgium, May 2002. Dr. Collins was awarded Best Scientific Presentation of the meeting.
28. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Song GK, Finn JP. Magnetic resonance imaging for evaluation of pericardial disease. 2002 Chest Conference (The Fleischner Society and European Society of Thoracic Imaging), Brugge Belgium, May 2002.
29. Carr JC, Pereles FS, Collins JD, Morasch M, Mc Carthy RM, Niemczura R, Finn JP. Stepping-table lower extremity MR angiography with separate calf acquisition and dual-level bolus timing. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 10th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2002.
30. Mc Carthy R, Deshpande V, Shea S, Carr J, Beohar N, Meyers S, Pereles FS, Finn JP, Li D. 3D Magnetization-prepared TrueFISP: initial clinical evaluation of a new MR technique for imaging the coronary arteries. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 10th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2002.
31. Betts TR, Bello D, Collins JD, Pereles FS, Shors SM, Finn JP, Goldberger JJ, Kadish AH. Magnetic resonance angiography: a useful tool for pulmonary vein ablation of atrial fibrillation, British Cardiac Socieaty, Harrogate, UK, May 2002
32. Pereles FS, Carr JC, Morasch M, Collins JD, Mc Carthy RM, Baskaran V, Finn JP. Efficacy of bolus chase method versus 3 station, 2 injection scheme for peripheral MRA. Association of University Radiologists 50th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, April 2002.
33. Collins JD, Pereles FS, Lesser J, Dallas NA, Finn JP. MR evaluation of pericardial disease. Association of University Radiologists 50th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, April 2002.
34. Carr JC, Baskaran V, Mc Carthy R, Kapoor V, Pereles FS, Finn JP. Accuracy and incremental value of TrueFISP, subsecond MRA, and high-resolution MRA in the evaluation of diseases of the thoracic aorta. 87th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2001.
35. Mc Carthy R, Miller FH, Pereles FS, Laub GA, Simonetti OP, Finn JP. Shared prepulses in dynamic, fat-suppressed MR imaging of renal cell carcinoma. 87th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2001.
36. Miller FH, Dalal K, Tatineni S, Pereles FS, Gore RM. Helical CT for the detection of Cecal Volvulus. 87th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2001.
37. Pereles FS, Baskaran V, Mc Carthy R, Carr JC, Collins JD, Kapoor V, Finn JP. Rule out aortic dissection or aneurysm in less than 4 minutes by non-contrast MR cine-angiography. 13th Annual International Workshop on MRA, Madison, Wisconsin, September 2001.
38. Pereles FS, Baskaran V, Collins JD, Kapoor V, Finn JP. 3D Reconstruction: the techniques and trappings for MRA. 13th Annual International Workshop on MRA, Madison, Wisconsin, September 2001.
39. Baskaran V, Pereles FS, Russell EJ, Georganos SA, Shaibani A, Spero KA, Krupinski EA, Zhang A, Finn JP. 3D TrueFISP for axial myelographic MR imaging of the cervical spine. 39th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2001.
40. Dalal KA, Miller FH, Kamler VA, Omar AJ, Pereles FS, Finn JP. MR imaging of acute pancreatitis. Association of University Radiologists 49th Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 2001.
41. Dalal, KA; Miller, FH; Kamler, VA; Omar AJ, Pereles FS, Finn JP. MR imaging of chronic pancreatitis. Association of Univerisity Radiologists 49th Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 2001.
42. Pereles FS, Kapoor V, Baskaran V, Krupinski E, Carr JC, Finn JP. Utility of segmented TrueFISP cardiac pulse sequence for evaluation of congenital and acquired adult cardiac abnormalities. SPIE San Diego, California, March 2001
43. Carr JC, Pereles FS, Laub G, Kroeker R, Finn JP. Dynamic, subsecond MR angiography of the thoracic aorta and pulmonary circulation (abstr.) 86th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 2000.
44. Finn JP, Laub G, Carr JC, Simonetti OP, Li D, Pereles FS. New applications with high performance gradients. 28th Scientific Sessions of the North American Society for Cardiac Imaging, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2000.
45. Pereles FS, Carr JC, Finn JP, Hart E, Simonetti O, Bundy J. Utility of segmented TrueFISP cardiac pulse sequence for evaluation of congenital and acquired adult cardiac abnormalities. American Roentgen Ray Society 100th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 2000.
46. Pereles FS, Singh RK, Ly JN, Salamon N, Chiou AC, Washington ED, Gurjala AN, Russell EJ, Finn JP. Evaluation of carotid stenosis with Gadolinium enhanced magnetic resonance angiography: a comparison of maximum intensity projection and three- dimensional volume rendering post-processing methods. American Roentgen Ray Society 100th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 2000.
47. Fang W, Pereles FS, Bundy J, Kim R, Wu E, Simonetti O, Finn P. Evaluating left ventricular function using real-time TrueFISP: a comparison with conventional MR techniques. American Roentgen Ray Society 100th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 2000.
48. Carr J, Laub G, Saker M, Zheng J, Pereles S, Tataneni S, Finn JP. Time-resolved pulmonary MR angiography and perfusion imaging with ultrashort TR. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, Colorado, April 2000.
49. Carr J, Simonetti O, Kroeker R, Bundy J, Pereles S, Finn JP. Segmented TrueFISP – an improved technique for cine MR angiography. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 8th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Denver, Colorado, April 2000.
50. Sheppard DG, Finn JP, Miller FH, Pereles S. Liver MR Imaging: is only post-gadolinium imaging required? The Radiological Society of North America 85th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, November 1999.
51. Sheppard DG, Miller F, Finn JP, Gabriel H, Yap R, Hoff F, Pereles FS. MRCP:comparison of breath-held thick slab acquisitions RARE, bh HASTE, and non-bh true FISP sequences. American Roentgen Ray Society Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1999.
52. Miller F, Vanagunas AD, Ma, Hoff F, Pereles FS. Detection of bleeding sites using helical CT examination. Association of University Radiologists Meeting, San Diego, California, March 1999.
53. Ozgur H, Erly W, Seeger J, Unger E, Pereles FS. Laser guidance system for CT guided neuroradiologic procedures. Western Neuroradiologic Meeting – Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 1998.
54. Pereles FS, Unger EC. Development of new laser guidance system which improves accuracy of image-guided biopsy. Association of University Radiologists Meeting, Dallas Texas, April 1997.
55. Krupinski E, Lund PJ, Mockbee B, Pereles FS. Comparison of conventional and computed radiography: reader assessment and performance in skeletal trauma. 82nd Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois, Nov 1996.
56. Pereles FS, Etz E. Molecular characterization of cardiovascular deposits by FT-IR and micro-Raman spectroscopy. University of Maryland School of Medicine, Medical Student Research Day, Baltimore, Maryland, 1990.
57. Schroeder T, Etz E, Pereles S. Monochannel versus multichannel detection in acquisition of micro-Raman spectra of superconducting materials. Pittsburgh Conference of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Symposium on Advances in Raman Spectroscopy, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989.

SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITS:

(Poster Presentations and Published Abstracts)

1. Dill K, Carroll TJ, Sandman D, Pinto C, Omary R, Pereles S, Simonetti O, Carr J. A comparison of static and dynamic 3D MRA for the diagnosis of infrapopliteal disease in 50 patiens using TREAT and iPAT. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 13th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Miami, Florida, May 2005.
2. Pereles FS, Salanitri G, Holly T, Krupinski E, Zhang A, Chung Y. Myocardial viability revisited. Abstract. International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging (formerly Cardiac Imaging) 2004; 20(5):414
3. Desai KR, Welker MJ, Salanitri JC, Krupinski EA, Pereles FS. Balanced gradient echo cardiac cine imaging before and after Gadolinium contrast administration. 32nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the North American Society for Cardiac Imaging. Amelia Island, Florida, October 2004.
4. Singh A, Salanitri G, Holly T, Krupinski E, Pereles FS. Comparison of single shot truefisp and 3D turboflash MR sequences with 2D inversion recovery turboflash for the detection of hyperenhancement in patients with myocardial infarction. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 12th Annual Scientific Meeting and Exhibition. Kyoto Japan, May 2004.
5. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Carr JC, Morasch MD, Francois C, Singh A, Krupinski E, Finn JP. Clinical comparison of the hybrid peripheral magnetic resonance angiography technique versus sequential stepping-table approach. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 12th Annual Scientific Meeting and Exhibition. Kyoto Japan, May 2004.
6. Haupt MD, Fieno D, Dibs S, Carr JC, Krupinski E, Fasnati C, Leloudas N, Pereles FS. Rapid MR determination of cardiac output by a single breath-held aortic flow quantification: correlation with standard left ventricular contouring technique. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:443
7. Simonetti OP, White RD, Choi M, Larson AC, Crowe M, Salanitri J, Stillman A, Pereles FS. Radial self-gated cine MRI: initial clinical experience. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:418-419
8. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Carr JC, Morasch MD, Francois CJ, Finn JP. Clinical peripheral magnetic resonance angiography: comparison of hybrid technique versus sequential stepping-table approach. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:255
9. Collins JD, Bello D, Betts T, Huo E, Shors S, Carr JC, Pereles FS. Pulmonary MR venography facilitates electrophysiologic pulmonary venous ablation. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:227
10. Pereles FS, Collins JD, Song GK, Singh A, Carr JC, Holly T, Krupinski E. MR short axis ellipsicity index: a reliable indicator of constrictive pericardial disease. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:214-215
11. Chicoskie C, Wu E, Krupinski E, Pereles S. Using a TI scout sequence for correlation with standard turbo-flash cardiac viability sequences: effect on reader confidence. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:202-203
12. Salanitri G, Holly T, Krupinski E, Carr JC, Zhang A, Chung Y, Pereles FS. Comparison of snapshot and 3D viability techniques with conventional 2D inversion recovery gradient echo techniques for viability assessment. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:201-202
13. Wu E, Lee D, Holly T, Choudhury L, Meyers S, Pereles FS, Klocke FJ, Bonow RO. Ventricular remodeling following acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction in patients undergoing primary angioplasty. 7th Annual Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scientific Sessions/ Euro CMR 2004 Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, February, 2004. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 2004;6:160-161
14. Haupt MD, Fieno D, Dibs S, Carr JC, Krupinski E, Fasnati C, Leloudas N, Pereles FS. Rapid MR determination of cardiac output by a single breath-held aortic flow quantification: correlation with standard left ventricular contouring technique. Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Medical Student Research Day 2003. Awarded best poster presentation.
15. Pavlovic-Surjancev B, Shors SM, Cotts WG, Pereles S, Carr J, Johnson MR, Gheorghiade M, Bonow RO, Finn JP. Magnetic resonance imaging provides accurate noninvasive hemodynamic assessment in heart failure: Correlation with invasive hemodynamic measurements. Annual Heart Failure Society of America Meeting, September 2003.
16. Pereles FS, Hammelman B, Grouper S, Collins JD, Omary RA, Vasireddy S, Baskaran V, Song GK, Zachariah AB, McCarthy RM, Krupinski E, Finn JP. The efficacy of an MR compatible automated power injection system for intravenous gadolinium contrast injections. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 2003.
17. Sam AD, Morasch MD, Collins JD, Song GA, Eskandari MK, Chen R, Pereles FS. Safety of Gadolinium contrast for performance of angiography in patients with renal failure. Annual Society of Cardiac and Vascular Surgery Meeting, Miami, Florida, March 2003.
18. Zacharia AB, Pereles FS, Carr JC, Collins JD, Wood C, Finn JP. Subsecond MR angiography and the evaluation of abnormal arteriovenous communications. International Society for Optical Engineering Medical Imaging Conference, San Diego, California, February, 2003.
19. Patton KT, Pereles FS, Lomasney JW. Post-mortem validation in humans of contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging used in detecting acute myocardial infarction. American Pathology Society Meeting 2003.
20. Bello DS, Fieno D, Betts T, Wu E, Pereles FS, Song GK, Kadish A, Goldberger J. Infarct morphology in patients with coronary artery disease with and without inducible ventricular tachycardia.” Abstr. Circulation 2002.
21. Pereles FS, Carr JC, Collins JD, Baskaran V, Mc Carthy RM, Krupinski EA, Finn JP. Accuracy of a rapid non-contrast MR examination of the thoracic aorta with only true fast imaging with steady-state precession. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 10th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2002.
22. Collins JD, Pereles FS, Baskaran V, Finn JP. MR evaluation of pericardial disease. 13th Annual International Workshop on MRA, Madison, Wisconsin, September 2001.
23. Baskaran V, Pereles FS, Miller F, Ly JN, Carr JC, Nemcek AA, Finn JP. Evaluation of renal artery stenosis with gadolinium enhanced MR angiography: comparison of maximum intensity projection, multi-planar reformatting, and 3D volume rendering post-processing algorithms. The 25th Annual Meeting of the Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, San Diego, California, March 2000.
24. Fang W, Pereles FS, Bundy J, Kim R, Wu E, Simonetti O, Finn P. Evaluating left ventricular function using real-time TrueFISP: a comparison with conventional MR techniques. Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000.
25. Pereles FS, Cremer SA, Hulett RL, Barnes GR, Tuberous sclerosis revisited and some of its rarer manifestations. Society of Pediatric Radiology meeting, Tucson, Arizona, May, 1998.

FACULTY and MODERATOR INVITED LECTURES:

(* denotes CME accredited)

1. Directed Cardiac MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
2. Female Pelvic MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
3. Male Pelvic MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
4. Time Resolved MRA, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
5. Practical 3D MR Applications, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
6. Abdominal MRI: Motion is the Enemy, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
7. Cardiac MRI Potpouri Case Challenge, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2008
8. State of the art MRA: Are diagnostic catheter angiograms outdated? Vascular Update, Salinas, California, January 2008*
9. Cardiac MRI The Basic Exam Setup, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
10. Directed Cardiac MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
11. Female Pelvic MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
12. Male Pelvic MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
13. Time Resolved MRA, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
14. Practical Whole Body MRI, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
15. Abdominal MRI: Motion is the Enemy, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
16. Cardiac MRI Potpouri Case Challenge, Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria May 2007
17. Cardiac MRI Is Here, Now. Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, Salinas, California, May 2006*
18. Practical Clinical Applications of MR Angiography. Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, Salinas, California, June 2006*
19. Lower extremity MRA: New developments, Imaging at Saddlebrook: Hot Topics in MRI and CT, Tampa, Florida, March 2006*
20. Pre-ablation pulmonary venous mapping: MDCT vs. MRA, Imaging at Saddlebrook: Hot Topics in MRI and CT, Tampa, Florida, March 2006*
21. High-Resolution CT angiography: Extra-Cardiac applications, Imaging at Saddlebrook: Hot Topics in MRI and CT, Tampa, Florida, March 2006*
22. Cardiac MR beyond viability, Imaging at Saddlebrook: Hot Topics in MRI and CT, Tampa, Florida, March 2006*
23. Cardiac MR Visiting Professor, Oregon Imaging, Eugene, Oregon, December 2005*
24. Cardiovascular MR Clinical Applications 2005 CME Lecture Series. Houston TX, Los Angeles, California, October and November 2005*
25. Contrast Enhanced MR Procedures, Current and Emerging Applications, Chicago Illinois, July 2005*
26. The Future of MRI is NOW. Feinberg School of Medicine Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds, Chicago Illinois, April 2005
27. Practical Cardiac MR Today. Visiting MR Professor, Beaumont Texas, March 2005
28. Peripheral MRA, Renal MRA, Cardiac MR: Top 10 Diagnoses, Harvard Medical School MRI Clinical Update and Practical Applications, Kauai, Hawaii, February 2005*
29. Pioneering Clinical MR Applications, Clinical Research Grand Rounds, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago Illinois, February 2005*
30. New Hardware/Software Applications To Body Imaging: Gimmicks or Lifesavers, RSNA Body MR Refresher Course, Chicago, Illinois, December 2004*
31. 3T MRA Workshop, Los Gatos MRI, Los Gatos, California, November 2004
32. Thoracic Aorta MR Angiography, MRA of the Kidneys, Pulmonary MR Angiography Lectures. MRA for Technologists (Northwest Imaging Forums, OutSource Inc.) Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2004*
33. Practical MRA and CTA : Which To Use When. Frontiers in Cardiac Care 2004 Symposium, Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois October 2004*
34. Directed Applications of Cardiac MRI. Northwestern Radiology Body MDCT and MRI Course, Chicago, Illinois, October 2004*
35. Myocardial Viability Revisited. 32nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the North American Society of Cardiovascular Imaging (NASCI), Amelia Island, Florida, October 2004.*
36. Spartansburg Regional Healthcare System Visiting MR Professor, Spartansburg, South Carolina, October 2004.*
37. Bethesda North (Tri-Health) Radiology Department Visiting MR Professor, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 2004.*
38. Cardiac MR In Practice, St. Alphonsus Hospital Radiology Grand Rounds, Boise Idaho, July 2004*
39. MR of the Pelvis. How and Why We Do It. Annual Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, June 2004*
40. Abdominal MRA – Motion Is the Enemy. How and Why We Do It. Annual Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, June 2004*
41. Cardiac MR. How and Why We Do It. Annual Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, June 2004*
42. How To Do MR Angiography. How and Why We Do It. Annual Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, June 2004*
43. Breath-held Abdominal MRI: How and Why We Do It. Annual Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, June 2004*
44. Moderator of Peripheral and Renal MRA Scientific Session at 12th Annual ISMRM Meeting. Kyoto, Japan, May 2004*
45. Approaches to Whole Body MR. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
46. Basic Cardiac MRI: Exam Set-up. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
47. Flow, Flaps, and Jets: Imaging Valves and Shunts. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
48. Constrictive vs. Restrictive Cardiac Disease. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
49. Cardiac Functional and Viability Assessment. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
50. MRI of Cadiac and Paracardiac Masses. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
51. Contrast-enhanced MRA: Thoracic Aorta to COW. Advanced MRI Meeting, Graz Austria, May 2004*
52. Cardiac MR Viability. ICPME MRI Summit 2004. The Houstonian, Houston Texas May 2004
53. Cardiovascular MR in Practice 2004 CME Lecture Series. Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Charlotte North Carolina, Seattle Washington, and San Francisco California, April 2004*
54. The Future Cardiac MR Examination Now. Columbia University Radiology Grand Rounds. March 2004*
55. Cardiac MRI: The Future Is Now. American College of Radiology, New Mexico State Chapter Address. Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 2003
56. How does cardiac MRI complement stress echo in assessing myocardial viability? Echo Northwestern 2003. Chicago Illinois, October 2003*
57. Southern Ohio Medical Center Visiting Professorship Lectures. September 2003*
58. MRA in Clinical Practice. Siemens Magnetom World Meeting. Miami Florida, September 2003
59. Whole Body MRA versus High Resolution Peripheral MRA (pMRA). Siemens CMR Ambassadors Meeting. Miami Florida, September 2003
60. MR Angiography in Practice 2003 CME Lecture Series. Hershey Pennsylvania and Hartford Connecticut March 2003, East Lancing Michigan and Houston Texas June 2003, Indianapolis Indiana September 2003*
61. Feinberg Medical School, Northwestern University Alumni CME course. Chicago IL, April 2003*
62. Cardiac MRI Witchcraft or Practical Magic. Condell Hospital Grand Rounds, Chicago IL, February 2003
63. Cardiac MRI Witchcraft or Practical Magic. Cornell Radiology Grand Rounds Lecture, Weil Medical College Cornell University. New York City, December 2002*
64. Cardiac MRI Witchcraft or Practical Magic. Greater Louisville Radiological Society Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky, November 2002*
65. How does cardiac MRI complement stress echo in assessing myocardial viability? Echo Northwestern 2002. Chicago Illinois, October 2002*
66. A3CR2 Tutorial – Cardiac MR. Association of University Radiologists 50th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, April 2002*
67. International Center for Postgraduate Medical Education: Speaker for 2002 Clinical Applications in Cardiac and Vascular MRI Lecture Series. Lectures included: Arch, carotids and thoracic aorta MRA, Cardiac MRI, MR venous applications, MR peripheral runoffs. Baltimore MD and Dallas TX March 2002, Knoxville TN, Ft. Lauderdale FL and Salt Lake City UT April 2002*
68. Enhanced MRA of the Carotids and Renals. Community Hospital East. Indianapolis, Indiana, November 2001. Sponsored by the Ithaca Center for Postgraduate Medical Education*
69. Cardiac MRI: A guide to practical magic. Northwestern Radiology Body MDCT and MRI Course, Chicago, Illinois, September 2001*
70. Cardiac MRI: The challenges and the promise. Northwest Community Hospital Grand Rounds. Chicago, Illinois, June 2001 Sponsored by the Ithaca Center for Postgraduate Medical Education*
71. Cardiac MRI: The challenges and the promise. St. Elizabeth’s Community Hospital Grand Rounds. Chicago, Illinois, May 2001 (part of Northwestern Memorial Hospital CME Outreach Program)*
72. Magnetic resonance angiography: mirage or radiological miracle. Chicago Radiological Society Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, November 2000
73. Multidetector computed tomography: 3D seeing is believing. Northwestern Radiology MDCT Course, Chicago, Illinois, September 2000*
74. State of the art cardiac MRI, abdominal MRA – optimizing your protocol, and Pulmonary MRA – has it arrived? 18th Annual Magnetic Resonance and Computed Tomography Congress and Seminar, Val d’Isere, France, March 2000*


TEACHING and SERVICE:

Editor, MR Pulse June 2005 to May 2007
ISMRM Publications Committee Member 2005-2007
ISMRM Board of Trustees Member (ex officio) 2005-2007
Associate Editor, MR Pulse (an ISMRM quarterly journal) June 2003 – May 2005
Manuscript reviewer for Radiology, American Journal of Roentgenology, Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology

• North American Society of Cardiovascular Imaging (NASCI), Education Committee Member ad hoc 2003
• Head of body imaging search committee for new staff body imager – 1999
• Chairman of PACS Committee 1998-2000.
• QM committee member department of radiology – 1999-2003
• Responsible for MRI QM Program
• Created Northwestern University core radiology residency curriculum for body imaging including: GI/GU, US, CT, MRI
• Mentor for first year (25 total), Northwestern medical students for Summer Medical Student Research Programs 1999 to April 2006.
• Research Mentor for third year medical students interested in radiology
• Radiology lecturer for resident and medical student conferences as well as interdepartmental grand rounds conferences Northwestern Memorial Hospital
• Radiology lecturer for medical student, family practice and internal medicine residency lecture series University of Arizona (U of A)
• Created a new cardiovascular MRI teaching file for U of A radiology residency
• Helped create the GI radiology teaching file for U of A radiology residency
• Restructured radiological physics curriculum for U of A radiology residency
• U of A Appointed Personnel Organization Council, Health Prof. Rep. 1995-97
• Compilation of digital image teaching file at Bowman Gray School of Medicine 1998 and Northwestern University Radiology Department 1999-Present


PATENTS:

1. Coinventor – Laser Guide* “Apparatus for performing biopsies and the like.” United States Patent No. 5,628,327 issued May 13, 1997.
2. Coinventor – Leveling Device*”Apparatus for performing light beam guided biopsies and the like.” United States Patent No. 6,030,348 issued February 29, 2000.
*Property of ImaRx Pharmaceuticals.


GRANTS:

2005 PI EPIX Pharmaceuticals Phase II Study of Sequence Optimization of
MS-325 for Imaging the Arterial Wall.
2004 PI NIH-RO1–MRI Determination of Carotid Atherosclerosis
Progression. Site PI as part of multi-center consortium
David Saloner UCSF Head PI
2004 PI $3,000 RSNA Medical Student Department Grant
2003 PI $50,000 Berlex Pharmaceuticals Unrestricted Educational Grant
2003 PI $3,000 RSNA Medical Student Department Grant
2002 PI $3,000 RSNA Medical Student Department Grant
2001 PI $3,000 RSNA Medical Student Department Grant
2000 PI $3,000 RSNA Medical Student Department Grant
1999 Co PI $100,000 Northwestern Memorial Foundation Grant Establishing a Clinical Magnetic Resonance Angiographic Service at NMH


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