Research Scientist, Department of Radiology
University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, USA
Yulin Chang received his BS in Physics and Economics from Peking University (China) in 2001, and his Ph.D in physics from Washington University in 2006. His Ph.D work was on hyerpolarized-He3 and perfluorocarbon-gas NMR/MRI, under the supervision of Professor Conradi. He is currently working as a Research Scientist on novel imaging strategies to improve the speed and quality of hyperpolarized-gas MRI.
Birdcage coils, Hyperpolarized-gas/pulmonary MRI, DTI, MR Elastography, B1 calibration.