Dr Ka-Loh Li PhD

Research Associate

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Overview

Dr. Ka-Loh Li is a research only research associate in the university of Manchester. Her major research interests are to use MRI techniques to better characterize and monitor therapy response of brain tumours and specifically in developing imaging processing technique using contrast-enhanced MRI. The goal is to transform clinically collected image data into useful medical information to benefit patient management.

 

Biography

Ka-loh received PhD degree in chemistry/NMR from Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA, and one year postdoctoral training at City University of New York, Staten Island, NY, USA. She worked as a scientific associate at Department of Radiology, New England Deaconess Hospital and research fellow in Radiology of Harvard Medical School 1991-1996. She worked as a research fellow at Department of Clinical Radiology, University of Manchester 1997 – 2000. She worked in the department of Radiology, UCSF, San Francisco, USA 2000 – 2009, as assistant research scientist with PI status. From 2010 to present, she has worked at the University of Manchester. In past 20 years Kaloh has a specific interest in quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with a focus on tracer kinetic analysis of data acquired using dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI.

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