Stacy Lab

The Mitchel Stacy Laboratory's research is focused on the development and validation of quantitative imaging techniques that possess potential for clinical translation, with particular interest and focus on imaging of cardiovascular disease.

The goal of the laboratory is to translate innovative imaging technology and image analysis tools into the clinical environment that can assist in better characterizing and diagnosing various forms of disease, as well as improve on the standard imaging approaches used to non-invasively evaluate responses to medical treatment.

The laboratory utilizes a variety of image analysis tools and imaging modalities, which include SPECT, PET, MRI, CT angiography and ultrasound.