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Stephen Ogier (Fed)

Stephen Ogier, PhD is a postdoctoral research associate in the NIST Magnetic Imaging Group. He is an electrical engineer by training whose primary focus is building things to expand the capabilities of MRI. During his PhD studies at Texas A&M, this meant developing systems to allow one to perform MRI more easily and sensitively with a wide variety of elements. During a postdoc at King’s College London, Dr. Ogier pivoted to working on systems for performing MRI safely at high fields and in subjects with implanted medical devices. At the present, he is very excited about exploring the possibilities presented by MRI at low and ultra-low magnetic fields.

Current Research Projects

Low-Field Breast MRI

AI for Low-Field MRI

Selected Publications

M. Wilcox, S.E. Ogier, S. Cheshkov, I. E. Dimitrov, C. Malloy, S.M. Wright, M.P. McDougall, "A 16-Channel 13C Array Coil for Magnetic Resonance of the Breast at 7T," in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, May 2021, doi: 10.1109/tbme.2021.3063061

S.E. Ogier, M. Wilcox, S. Cheshkov, I. E. Dimitrov, C. Malloy, M.P. McDougall, S.M. Wright, "A Frequency Translation System for Multi-Channel, Multi-Nuclear MR Spectroscopy," in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, December 2020, doi: 10.1109/TBME.2020.2997770


Created January 3, 2022, Updated December 9, 2022