John B. Weaver, Ph.D.
Professor of Radiology
U. Arizona, BS 1977
U. Virginia, PHD 1983
Department of Radiology
DHMC, One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon NH 03756
Office: DHMC, Building 2, Level 3
Assistant: Wendi L. Jewell
Asst. Phone: 603-650-7443
Asst. Email: Wendi.L.Jewell@hitchcock.org
Interests include MR elastography, magnetic nanoparticle imaging, using magnetic nanoparticles as biomarkers for temperature and tissue stiffness, MR acquisition and pulse sequence development, digital image processing.
PI: R01 DK063013-01A2 NIH-NIDDK
Mapping the Mechanical Properties of the Diabetic Foot
PI: MR-Based Elasticity: Project I of Program Project P01 CA080138-05 (Paulsen)
Alternative Breast Cancer Imaging Modalities
PI: Project 2 “Spectroscopic Quantification of Ligand Binding in Vivo.”
“Dartmouth Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence”
Source: NCI - Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence PI: Ian Baker
Mixed Brownian alignment and Neel rotations in superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticle suspensions driven by an ac field.
Toward Localized <i>In Vivo</i> Biomarker Concentration Measurements.
Comparisons of characteristic timescales and approximate models for Brownian magnetic nanoparticle rotations.
Nanoparticles for cancer imaging: The good, the bad, and the promise.
Approaches for modeling magnetic nanoparticle dynamics.
A dynamic mechanical analysis technique for porous media.
Spatially-resolved hydraulic conductivity estimation via poroelastic magnetic resonance elastography.
Nonlinear simulations to optimize magnetic nanoparticle hyperthermia.
Magnetic nanoparticle sensing: decoupling the magnetization from the excitation field.
3D multislab, multishot acquisition for fast, whole-brain MR elastography with high signal-to-noise efficiency.