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Researcher: Alexey Samsonov

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Areas of Expertise
  • Minimally-invasive image-guided therapies
  • Disease detection
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment monitoring
  • MRI
  • CT scan
  • Molecular imaging
  • Parallel MRI, accelerated medical imaging
  • Quantitative MRI methods for studying neurological disorders
  • Image reconstruction and processing
  • Numerical methods, scientific computing
Web Site Alexey Samsonov's Department of Radiology Website
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Issued Patent(s)
  • 8,472,688 - Method for image reconstruction employing sparsity-constrained iterative correction, issued June 2013.
  • 8,306,299 - Method for reconstructing motion-compensated magnetic resonance images from non-Cartesian k-space data, issued November 2012.
  • 8,148,984 - Method for magnitude constrained phase contrast magnetic resonance imaging, issued April 2012.
  • 7,397,242 - Parallel magnetic resonance imaging method using a radial acquisition trajectory, issued July 2008.
  • 7,309,984 - Parallel magnetic resonance imaging method using a radial acquisition trajectory, issued December 2007.
USPTO Published Applications
  • 20160071291 - System and method for accelerated, time-resolved imaging, published March 2016.
  • 20130343625 - System and method for model consistency constrained medical image reconstruction, published December 2013.
  • 20120243756 - Method for reconstructing motion-compensated magnetic resonance images from non-cartesian K-space data, published September 2012.
  • 20100085052 - Method for magnitude constrained phase contrast magnetic resonance imaging, published April 2010.
  • 20090262996 - Method for image reconstruction employing sparsity-constrained iterative correction, published October 2009.
Recent Publication(s)
  • Reconstruction of dynamic image series from undersampled MRI data using data-driven model consistency condition (MOCCO). Velikina JV, Samsonov AA. Magn Reson Med. 2015 Nov;74(5):1279-90. doi: 10.1002/mrm.25513. Epub 2014 Nov 14.

  • Removal of cerebrospinal fluid partial volume effects in quantitative magnetization transfer imaging using a three-pool model with nonexchanging water component. Mossahebi P, Alexander AL, Field AS, Samsonov AA. Magn Reson Med. 2015 Nov;74(5):1317-26. doi: 10.1002/mrm.25516. Epub 2014 Nov 13.

  • Three-dimensional pulmonary perfusion MRI with radial ultrashort echo time and spatial-temporal constrained reconstruction. Bauman G, Johnson KM, Bell LC, Velikina JV, Samsonov AA, Nagle SK, Fain SB. Magn Reson Med. 2015 Feb;73(2):555-64. doi: 10.1002/mrm.25158. Epub 2014 Mar 6.

  • Rapid measurement and correction of phase errors from B0 eddy currents: impact on image quality for non-Cartesian imaging. Brodsky EK, Klaers JL, Samsonov AA, Kijowski R, Block WF. Magn Reson Med. 2013 Feb;69(2):509-15. doi: 10.1002/mrm.24264. Epub 2012 Apr 5.
Recent Artistic Works
Collaboration
  • Intra-University Collaboration: Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Medical Physics
  • University of California- San Diego, Radiology
Research Tools
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Research Facilities
  • Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
E-mail Address [email protected]
Phone Number 608-265-2104
Current University UW–Madison
Department Radiology
Title Senior Scientist
Other Appointments
Principal Investigator, Advanced Magnetic Transfer Imaging in Multiple Sclerosis Disease (NIH/NINDS)
Co-Investigator, Real-Time 3D MRI Technologies for Therapy and Diagnosis (NIH/NCI)
Address Line 1 Box 3252 Clinical Science Center
Address Line 2 600 Highland Avenue
City Madison
State WI
Zip Code 53792
Bachelor's Degree Diploma, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, Physics, 1996
Master's Degree M.S., University of Utah, Computational Engineering and Science, 2002
PhD Ph.D., University of Utah, Physics, 2004
Other Degrees
Technologies Available for Licensing Parallel Magnetic Resonance Imaging Method Using a Radial Acquisition Trajectory

Method for Improved Efficiency and Image Quality of Parallel MRI using Radial Acquisition Trajectory

Method to Reconstruct Motion-Compensated Magnetic Resonance Images with Non-Cartesian Trajectories

Method for Improved Fat-Water Signal Separation in Phase Contrast Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Faster, Better Quality Medical Imaging by Constrained Reconstruction