UCSF

Tagged: Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Sarah Nelson, PhD

Nelson
Professor

My research aims to improve the way we can “see” physiologic and metabolic activities in the body in real time, so that we can better understand normal physiology and clarify the underlying mechanisms of disease progression and response to therapy. To this end, I focus on developing novel strategies for obtaining and interpreting magnetic resonance data.

Thomas James, PhD

James
Professor

I retired from full-time service at UCSF at the end of June, 2012. However, I went on Recall status a month later to do research, which diminishes each year. I needed to finish some projects that were still funded via grants during the initial year and continue with another funded project subsequently.