Peter T. Fox, M.D.
Vice Chair, Radiology Research and Research Education
Malcolm Jones Professor, and Vice Chair for Research and Research Education, Department of Radiology
Professor, Departments of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Physiology
Professor, Honors College, University of Texas, San Antonio
Clinical Investigator, Neurology, VA Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas
My research focuses on the development of software tools and strategies for modeling human neural systems, emphasizing detection of disease-related and treatment-induced alterations in inter-regional connectivity.
I am NIH funded to develop tools for coordinate-based meta-analysis of the neuroimaging literature, with the goal of developing “starting models” which serve to improve model fit and enhance the discriminant power of the models. I am DOD funded to apply these imaging/modeling strategies to study post-traumatic stress disorder. RII web link http://ric.uthscsa.edu/
Andrew J. Sampson, Ph.D., DABR (D)
Director of Clinical Imaging physics, Director of Graduate Radiological Sciences Program
Medical imaging physics, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and metabolism.
Carol Dornbluth, M.D.
Assistant Professor/Clinical, Mammography Section
I am interested in improving methods of detecting, diagnosing and treating breast cancer. My particular interest lies in the area of imaging breast disease and differentiating benign from malignant disease.
Venkata S. Katabathina, M.D.
Section Director of Abdominal Imaging
3D CT reformations and application of diffusion-weighted sequences in body MRI.
Kenneth A. Kist, M.D.
My primary interests lie in improving the efficiency and acceptability of breast imaging and related procedures. In addition, I am interested in the perceived barriers to breast imaging and techniques to lower or eliminate these impediments.
Jorge E. Lopera, M.D.
-Design of new devices for interventional Radiology applications
-New therapies for Primary and Metastasic liver cancer
-New therapies for Endovascular Interventions in Peripheral vascular disease
Pamela M. Otto, M.D.
My research interests are primarily in the area of breast cancer, breast imaging and intervention. I am also interested in research in the area of quality process improvement.
William T. Phillips, M.D.
I am a Nuclear Medicine physician with research interests in translational and clinical medicine. In translation research, I have had a long interest in nanoparticle drug delivery and have developed new ways to label nanoparticles with diagnostic and therapeutic radionuclides. Imaging of nanoparticles has lead to the development of novel nanoparticle-based methods of delivery drugs. Nanoparticles composed of lipids, known as liposomes, have been my greatest focus. In clinical research, I have had a long interest in gastric emptying as investigated with the gold standard technique of nuclear imaging. I have found that the rate of gastric emptying is an important controlling factor for postprandial glucose levels and that patients with type 2 diabetes and hypertension frequently have excessive rapid gastric emptying.
Carlos S. Restrepo, M.D.
Thoracic Radiology and Cardiac CT-Thoracic and Cardiovascular diseases Radiology, and Cardiac CT Angiography.
Abhijit G. Sunnapwar, M.D.
I am interested in doing research on duodenal MRI, especially in developing an optimum protocol.
Rajeev Suri, M.D.
Interim Chair of Department of Radiology, Vice Chair Clinical Operations, Medical Director, UHS
Interventional Oncology – Interstitial Ablation
Peripheral arterial disease endovascular interventions
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, M.D.
Assistant Professor/Clinical Neuroradiology Division