Marzieh Nezamzadeh, PhD
Diagnostic Medical Physicist
410-339-5447 ext 149
Ph.D, Medical Physics, Carleton-Ottawa University, ON, Canada
M.Sc. and B.Sc., Applied Physics, SBU, Tehran, Iran
American Board of Radiology eligible in Medical Imaging Physics (passed ABR part 1 and part 2), 2016
Dr. Marzieh Nezamzadeh is a Medical Imaging Physicist who has worked for many years as a scientific staff and adjunct faculty to support teaching and research on diagnostic imaging physics particularly MRI. She has worked at the Radiology Department of the State University of New York (SUNY) while she accomplished her CAMPEP accredited residency in Medical Imaging physics program at Stony Brook University hospital. Before that, she has also worked as a research scientist doing her post doctorate at the VA Medical Center of the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), Department of Radiology.
Summarized Skills and Experience
Medical Physics support of various diagnostic imaging modalities including Radiographs (CR-DR), fluoroscopy, CT, MRI, and Ultrasound.
Teaching medical physics graduate courses including Radiological Physics of imaging, Quality control of imaging system, Physics of basic and advanced MRI, Diagnostic Radiation Physics, and Radiation safety
Developing radio frequency pulse sequence and optimizing diagnostic protocols in MRI.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications
Justin P. Haldar, Van J.Wedeen, Marzieh Nezamzadeh, Guangping Dai, Michael W.Weiner, Norbert Schuff, Zhi-Pei Liang; Improved Diffusion Imaging through SNR-Enhancing joint Reconstruction, Magn. Reson. In Med.(2013), 69(1)-277-289.
M. Nezamzadeh; Diffusion Time Dependence of Magnetic Resonance Diffusion Signal Decays: An Investigation of Exchange Behavior on Human Brain In-vivo. Magn Reson Mater Phys (2012);25(4),285-296 .
M. Nezamzadeh, G.B. Matson, K. Young, M.W. Weiner and N. Schuff; Improved Pseudo-continuous Arterial spin labeling method for mapping brain perfusion. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (JMRI) 31:1419- 1427 (2010).
Nezamzadeh M, Wedeen VJ, Wang R, Zhang Y, Zhan W, Young K, Meyerhoff DJ, Weiner MW, Schuff N; In-vivo investigations of the human cingulum bundle using the optimization of MR diffusion spectrum imaging, Eur J Radiol. 75 (2010) e29-e36.