Jason C. Leawoods, Ph.D.

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2002 Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Condensed Matter Physics, Radiology, Biomedical Engineering
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Mark S. Conradi grad student 2002 Washington University
 (Novel applications of hyperpolarized gases.)
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Hong C, Leawoods JC, Yablonskiy DA, et al. (2005) Feasibility of combining MR perfusion, angiography, and 3He ventilation imaging for evaluation of lung function in a porcine model. Academic Radiology. 12: 202-9
Conradi MS, Bruns MA, Sukstanskii AL, et al. (2004) Feasibility of diffusion-NMR surface-to-volume measurements tested by calculations and computer simulations. Journal of Magnetic Resonance (San Diego, Calif. : 1997). 169: 196-202
Zheng J, Leawoods JC, Nolte M, et al. (2002) Combined MR proton lung perfusion/angiography and helium ventilation: potential for detecting pulmonary emboli and ventilation defects. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 47: 433-8
Yablonskiy DA, Sukstanskii AL, Leawoods JC, et al. (2002) Quantitative in vivo assessment of lung microstructure at the alveolar level with hyperpolarized 3He diffusion MRI. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99: 3111-6
Leawoods JC, Yablonskiy DA, Saam B, et al. (2001) Hyperpolarized 3He gas production and MR imaging of the lung Concepts in Magnetic Resonance. 13: 277-293
Saam BT, Yablonskiy DA, Kodibagkar VD, et al. (2000) MR imaging of diffusion of (3)He gas in healthy and diseased lungs. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 44: 174-9
Leawoods JC, Saam BT, Conradi MS. (2000) Polarization transfer using hyperpolarized, supercritical xenon Chemical Physics Letters. 327: 359-364
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