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The faculty and staff of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine’s Department of Radiology are committed to educating future leaders of our field, conducting innovative research and providing exceptional patient care and service to physicians through our affiliated care sites and hospitals.

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Our experienced faculty provide specialized training, research and patient care related to a number of specialties. Explore our Divisions to learn more about our areas of expertise.

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Faculty Spotlight

Ulas Bagci

Dr. Bagci is Director of Machine and Hybrid Intelligence Lab, and tenured Associate Professor at the Radiology Dept. and holds courtesy Professor appointments at the Biomedical Engineering Department and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northwestern University. He has a broad background in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning with specific training in biomedical imaging in internationally renowned centers.

Yufen Chen

Yufen Chen

Dr. Chen received her Ph.D. in biomedical engineering, and her research focuses on using magnetic resonance imaging to study cerebral vascular health. Her work uses quantitative imaging techniques such as arterial spin labeling, cerebral vascular reactivity, and contrast-based perfusion and permeability imaging to study brain physiology in conditions such as concussion, HIV, and aphasia. She is also neuroimaging research manager of the Center for Translational Imaging, a research-dedicated imaging center in the Department of Radiology.

Donald R Cantrell

Donald R Cantrell

Dr. Donald Robbie Cantrell, M.D., Ph.D., completed Diagnostic Radiology Residency, Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship, and an Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology Fellowship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, specializing in neuro-interventional treatments for diseases including stroke, aneurysms, and arteriovenous malformations. His research focuses on the application of deep learning and computer vision technologies to interventional imaging. He was awarded the American Heart Association Career Development Award to optimize and validate a Motion-Resistant Background Subtraction Angiography Algorithm based on 3D U-Net and Vision Transformer architectures

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