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Translational Neuroradiology Unit - Division of Intramural Research

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Daniel S. Reich, M.D., Ph.D., Investigator

After studying math and physics at Yale (1993), Dr. Reich earned a Ph.D. in visual neurophysiology at The Rockefeller University (2000) and an M.D. from Cornell University (2002). He subsequently completed residencies in neurology and diagnostic radiology and a clinical fellowship in neuroradiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is currently board-certified in both neurology and diagnostic radiology. He performed postdoctoral research under the simultaneous supervision of Peter Calabresi and Susumu Mori at Johns Hopkins, during which he applied MRI, particularly diffusion-weighted imaging, to study multiple sclerosis. The focus of the Translational Neuroradiology Unit is to develop new MRI methods to investigate the origin of disability in multiple sclerosis and related disorders and to apply those methods to patient care and to clinical trials of new drugs.

Contact Information

Translational Neuroradiology Unit
Neuroimmunology Branch
Building 10, Room 5C103
10 Center Drive, MSC 1400
Bethesda, MD 20892-4128

Telephone: 301-496-1801 (office), 301-402-0373 (fax)