Vanderbilt University
Institute of Imaging Science
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Lori Arlinghaus, Ph.D.

Associate Director of the Human Imaging Core
Imaging Research Scientist

Contact Information

lori.arlinghaus@vumc.org
(615) 343-2022

Interests

My research interests are primarily focused on the translation of quantitative MR methods to the clinical cancer setting.

Projects

I am currently working on the development and improvement of quantitative MRI methods (at 3T) for use in treatment assessment in breast cancer. These methods include diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) and magnetization transfer (MT) imaging.

Publications

Bane O, Hectors S, Wagner M, Arlinghaus LR, et al. Accuracy, repeatability and interplatform reproducibility of T1 quantification methods used for DCE-MRI: results from a multicenter phantom study. Magn Reson Med 2018 May;79(5):2564-2575

Griesenauer RH, Weis JA, Arlinghaus LR, Meszoely IM, Miga MI. Breast tissue stiffness estimation for surgical guidance using gravity-induced excitation. Phys Med Biol 2017;62(12):4756-4776.

Whisenant JG, Dortch RD, Grissom W, Kang H, Arlinghaus LR, Yankeelov TE. Bloch-Siegert B1-Mapping Improves Accuracy and Precision of Longitudinal Relaxation Measurements in the Breast at 3 T. Tomography 2016;2(4):250-259

Arlinghaus LR, Dortch RD, Whisenant JG, Kang H, Abramson RG, Yankeelov TE. Quantitative Magnetization Transfer Imaging of the Breast at 3.0 T: Reproducibility in Healthy Volunteers. Tomography 2016;2(4):260-266.