Professor who has been involved with MRI research/engineering for over 25 years and has over 116 scientific publications. He has two inventions listed with the UW technology transfer office and one patent. His research has been involved with advanced MRI techniques such as MR spectroscopy (to study brain chemicals), MR diffusion (to study brain white matter), MR perfusion (to study blood flow and permeability) and combined electroencephalography and functional MRI. He has been principal investigator of several NIH-funded grants and also directs the brain imaging section at the UW learning disability center. He has been PI of 3 clinical trials to test new treatments for multiple sclerosis.