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
Combined Neel and Brown rotational Langevin dynamics in magnetic particle imaging, sensing, and therapy.
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.