BMEII Imaging Science programs work to improve diagnostics and treatment effectiveness by developing state-of-the-art imaging acquisition and processing techniques.
Our imaging programs are focused on applications in neuroimaging, cancer & body imaging, cardiovascular/cardiac imaging and immunoimaging. The Clinical Trials Unit develops imaging endpoints for multicenter clinics and the Imaging Research Warehouse integrates imaging with electronic health records.
Employing cutting-edge imaging technology
to visualize the brain in unprecedented
details and through new filters.
Undertaking groundbreaking studies in the
use of imaging for the early detection and
treatment assessment of cancer
Developing and using noninvasive imaging methods
that allow the early detection, prevention, and treatment
of cardiovascular disease
Clinical Trials Unit
A modern hybrid between a contract research
organization and an imaging core
Visualizing the immune system with a
clinical approach to image immune response
using novel innovative probes
Imaging Research Warehouse
A massive image database, developed by
BMEII, is the first of its kind in New York City
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Unveils New PhD Concentration in Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies in Medicine
Preparing future biomedical researchers with the necessary skills to tackle the field’s escalating complexity New York, NY (April 19, 2021) The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will offer a new PhD concentration in...
Click here to watch how BMEII researchers are learning about the debilitating long-term effects of Covid for some patients.
On February 28, NBC's Sunday Focus caught up with Zahi Fayad, PhD on BMEII's COVID-19 long-hauler studies. Click here to watch.
Artificial intelligence–enabled rapid diagnosis of patients with COVID-19
Xueyan Mei, Hao-Chih Lee, […] Yang Yang
Nat Med (2020).
Probing myeloid cell dynamics in ischaemic heart disease by nanotracer hot-spot imaging
Max L. Senders, Anu E. Meerwaldt, ... Willem J. M. Mulder
Nat. Nanotechnol. 15, 398–405 (2020).