Radiology

Radiological Sciences Lab (RSL)

Image Details: White matter fiber tracking image constructed from diffusion-weighted images acquired on a GE 3T Signa MRI system using the SNAILS sequence. (Chunlei Liu, PhD et al)

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Research

Throughout its history, the Stanford Department of Radiology has worked continuously to develop the infrastructure necessary to expand interdisciplinary research efforts in anatomic imaging, instrumentation development, molecular imaging, nanotechnology, information sciences, systems biology, and interventional therapeutic advances. Coupling this rich biomedical imaging foundation with an energetic, forward thinking, and creative faculty and staff, we are able to introduce leading-edge imaging solutions and technology to other research communities and into clinical practice.

Our Department is made up of three primary Research Sections with each providing specific areas of focus but all collaborating in a highly interdisciplinary environment. These three Sections (with year established) are:

Stanford Radiology has been among the top ten NIH-funded radiology departments each year since 2005. Please visit the Academy of Radiology Research for a complete list of 2011 NIH funding to radiology departments nationwide.

The Academy publishes total funding for each institution. As a leading academic radiology department in the United States, we believe it worthwhile to view total funding corrected for the number of faculty in each department. The data in the table below summarize, in order, 1) institution name; 2) funding/faculty; 3) faculty count; 4) 2011 NIH funding; and 5) Academy ranking.

Our excellent team, including faculty, staff, and trainees, excels at maintaining Stanford Radiology as a strong academic leader with recognized excellence in clinical and basic research. For details of NIH funding, please search NIH RePORTER for Stanford University Radiology.

Radiology Department InstitutionNIH Funding (2011)Faculty Count*Funding/ FacultyAcademy Rank
Stanford University School of Medicine$26,534,17470$379,0603
University of California San Franscisco School of Medicine$27,609,150124$222,6542
Massachusetts General Hospital$59,521,688250$238,0871
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center$15,547,886135$115,1707
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine$25,858,720138$187,3824
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine$21,433,633180$119,0765
University of California San Diego School of Medicine$11,329,081107$105,8799
Yale University$7,839,65785$92,23115
Brigham and Women's Hospital$20,840,381200$104,2026
Washington University School of Medicine$11,149,461143$77,96810
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine$8,262,787109$75,80514
University of Michigan School of Medicine$13,251,447150$88,3438
University of Washington School of Medicine$10,328,244157$65,78511
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine$8,433,117216$39,04213
New York University School of Medicine$9,904,621220$45,02112
*Faculty Count is taken from the various department websites; a few are conservative estimates. Faculty count does not include postdocs, fellows or residents.

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