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  • Your Donations in Action

    August 1, 2015

    Integrating Brain Imaging and Metabolomics in Malnourished Children

    Through a collaborative effort between the RSNA Research & Education (R&E) Foundation and the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR), 2015–2017 ASNR/RSNA Research Scholar Grant recipient, Manu S. Goyal, M.D., MS.c., and his scientific advisor Marcus Raichle, M.D., will join a team of investigators to study the neurological effects of childhood malnutrition on the brain by integrating data from brain MRI and serum metabolomics. Such integrative methods are expected to provide further insight into the nutritional and metabolic needs of the developing brain.

    The goal of the $150,000 two-year award is to fund additional research in neuroradiology and to help prepare the next generation of researchers to become fully funded physician-scientists with their own research programs.

    Donations to the RSNA Research & Education Foundation fuel the research and development that keep radiology in the forefront of medicine. Learn more at RSNA.org/Foundation.

    Manu S. Goyal, M.D., MS.c., and his scientific advisor Marcus Raichle, M.D.
    Goyal, seated rear, and Raichle, front

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