Faculty Profile: Otto Muzik
Children''s Hospital of Michigan
3901 Beaubien Blvd
Detroit , MI 48201
||Children's Hospital of Michigan PET Center
|Relatively recent CV:
|I am an imaging physicist in the Children's Hospital of Michigan specializing in PET/CT and PET/MR. I currently teach the Nuclear Medicine course in the Graduate Program as well as several guest lectures in the Resident and Undergraduate courses run through the department.
I am principally interested in PET/MR research, focused on diagnostic applications.
My current Research Interests include, but are not limited to:
- Functional MR
- Kinetic modelling
Due to the fact that a majority of the students entering the program choose to study therapeutic physics, most of my research involves post-doctoral candidates and research faculty. However, any student interested in PET/CT/MR research can freely contact me about potential projects.
- "Increased tryptophan uptake on PET has strong independent prognostic value in patients with a previously treated high-grade glioma."
- "Evaluating signal-correlated noise as a control task with language-related gamma activity on electrocorticography."
- "Evaluating the arcuate fasciculus with combined diffusion-weighted MRI tractography and electrocorticography."
- "Differentiation of glioblastomas from metastatic brain tumors by tryptophan uptake and kinetic analysis: a positron emission tomographic study with magnetic resonance imaging comparison."
- "Language difficulties in children adopted internationally: Neuropsychological and functional neural correlates."
- "GABAA Receptor Imaging With Positron Emission Tomography in the Human Newborn: A Unique Binding Pattern.""
- "The need for clinical quantification of combined PET/MRI data in pediatric epilepsy
- "15O PET Measurement of Blood Flow and Oxygen Consumption in Cold-Activated Human Brown Fat."
- "Tryptophan PET in pretreatment delineation of newly-diagnosed gliomas: MRI and histopathologic correlates."