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University of Wisconsin-Madison

Reviewers: 316

12th in USA

Reviews: 3,508

15th in USA

Merit: 10,396

18th in USA

Openness: 0.7

195th in USA

Journal Editors at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Reviewers from University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Reviewer

    Sean B. Fain

    Research focus on development of fast MRI methods for functional imaging, especially pulmonary imaging applications. Professor of Medical Physics teaching medical imaging science including fundamentals of image quality assessment and analysis, sampling, reconstruction and characterization of noise and signal to noise.

  • Reviewer

    Oliver Wieben

    Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison Depts. of Medical Physics and Radiology

  • Reviewer

    Scott Reeder

    Scott Reeder MD, PhD is a Professor, Vice Chair of Research and Chief of MRI in the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is also Associate Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program (MD/PhD) in the School of Medicine and Public Health. He joined UW-Madison in 2005 from Stanford University where he completing his radiology residency, and a fellowship in abdominal and cardiovascular imaging. Previously, he completed medical school at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, where he also received his Masters and PhD in Biomedical Engineering. He is originally from Canada where he received his BScE in Engineering Physics at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. In addition to his clinical and administrative duties, Dr. Reeder is also the Director of the UW Liver Imaging Research Program, an active NIH-funded group that performs research in technical development and translation of new imaging methods, particularly quantitative imaging biomarkers, to assess liver disease. Specific areas of research interests include development of new MRI methods for quantification of abdominal adiposity, liver fat, liver iron overload and other features of diffuse liver disease, quantification of perfusion in liver tumors, hemodynamics of portal hypertension and the use of new contrast agents in liver and biliary diseases.