John B. Weaver, PhD
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 â€œSpectroscopic Quantification of Ligand Binding in Vivo.â€
â€œDartmouth Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellenceâ€
Source: NCI - Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence PI: Ian Baker
Distinguishing Nanoparticle Aggregation from Viscosity Changes in MPS/MSB Detection of Biomarkers.
One-Sided Multidimensional Statistical Significance Testing: A New Method of Calculating the Statistical Significance of Spectra Used to Demonstrate Magnetic Nanoparticle Sensitivity.
Measuring protein biomarker concentrations using antibody tagged magnetic nanoparticles.
Poroelasticity as a Model of Soft Tissue Structure: Hydraulic Permeability Reconstruction for Magnetic Resonance Elastography in Silico.
Poroelastic Mechanical Properties of the Brain Tissue of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Patients During Lumbar Drain Treatment Using Intrinsic Actuation MR Elastography.
Identifying in vivo inflammation using magnetic nanoparticle spectra.
Nonlinear Inversion MR Elastography With Low-Frequency Actuation.
Quantification of magnetic nanoparticles by compensating for multiple environment changes simultaneously.
Concurrent quantification of magnetic nanoparticles temperature and relaxation time.
Phantom evaluations of low frequency MR elastography.