Sanjeet Hegde, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Hegde’s research interests include in-vitro measurement of the safety of devices for interventional MRI, development of catheters and in-vitro testing of their suitability for interventional MRI, device implantation under XMR, catheter tracking under MRI, image guidance of cardiac interventions, 3-D printing, virtual reality and computational modeling of complex congenital heart disease.
Beth Printz, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Printz specializes in using echocardiography and cardiac MRI to better understand congenital heart disease in children and adults. She is particularly interested in non-invasive imaging of children with Kawasaki disease and connective tissue disorders, and also collaborates with engineers investigating computational modeling of complex congenital heart disease.
Hari Narayan, M.D.
Dr. Narayan’s research is focused on the cardiotoxic effects of cancer therapies. He is interested in characterizing the natural history and risk factors for the development of cardiomyopathy after cancer therapy and determining the optimal diagnostic and management strategies for this disease.
Eleanor Schuchardt, M.D.
Dr. Schuchardt’s research interests include fetal cardiac biomarkers, fetal cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and resiliency in congenital heart disease.
Francisco Contijoch, PhD
Dr. Contijoch’s main research areas are cardiovascular imaging and cardiac physiology. Specifically, he has developed data acquisition, image reconstruction and analysis strategies for clinical imaging modalities to improve diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of disease.