1) See links to publications on Google Scholar or Pubmed.
COVID-19: Longitudinal chest imaging, clinical variables, hospital outcomes and long-term sequela of covid19
Neuroplasticity: MRI study of plasticity and remodeling of visual anatomy and function in glaucoma
Chemobrain: Effects of chemotherapy on neurocognitive function in cancer patients
Breast cancer: MRI of axillary lymph nodes & breast cancer: early detection, treatment response
MS: MRI of lesion load, brain atrophy, processing speed and cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis
Brain injuries: MRI and behavioral assessment of ischemic stroke and traumatic brain injury
Neurodegeneration: Multiparametric MRI of neurodegenerative diseases (MCI/AD and PD) and development.
2) Grant funding as of Jan 2021
R01 CA244768 MRI STUDY OF CHEMOBRAIN IN PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY PATIENTS
R01 EY021179 MRI OF HUMAN RETINA
R01 EY027751 MRI OF DIABETIC RETINOPATHY
R01EY030996 BRAIN MRI OF HUMAN GLAUCOMA
2020 Einstein-Montefiore Pilot Grant: AI Radiology to improve delivery of care for COVID-19 patients. Michael Lipton, Jeffrey Levsky, Parsa Mirhaji, Tim Duong
3) We are seeking highly motivated postdoc, research coordinator, and faculty. Pls visit our website to find out more https://sites.google.com/view/duong-lab/
4) RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
Our faculty are currently taking on graduate students. Please reach out to us to explore possibilities. One needs to apply for admission via http://www.einstein.yu.edu/education/phd/phd-program/
Our faculty are currently taking on medical students. Please reach out to us to explore possibilities. During the summer between the first and second year, students may be supported by a medical school research fellowship. Longer term research projects lasting several months can be arranged during the fourth year of training. Students wishing to devote a full year to research are encouraged to apply for a mentored, funded Einstein research fellowship.
Undergraduate and high school students:
We host undergraduate and high school students around the country during the summer to perform research which usually continues during semesters. Many projects can be done remotely. You must be top >90% of your class, persistrent, extremely motivated, and are willing to commit the entire summer and throughout the semesters when time allows (a few hours a week). Please reach out to us to explore possibilities. Many of our high schoolers were TOP 300 Regeneron Scholars (see News tab).