Geoffrey D. Clarke, Ph. D., FAAPM, FACMP
Dr. Geoffrey Clarke's research interests include cardiovascular imaging physics such as magnetic resonance imaging of coronary flow and flow reserve, regional myocardial blood volume, left ventricular function, myocardial perfusion, epicardial fat, and vascular imaging agents.
In-vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy including phosphorus-31 MRS in skeletal muscle, hydrogen-1 MRS of lipids in skeletal muscle, myocardial muscle, and liver.
Magnetic resonance imaging physics - design of RF coils, MRI pulse programming; clinical MRI quality control tests & standards.
Chief, Radiological Sciences Graduate Program
B.A. Physics and Psychology, North Texas State University, Denton, TX, 1977
B.A. Russian Language, The Univeristy of Texas at Arlington, 1979
M.S. Medical Physics, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Texas Health Science Center Dallas, 1979
Ph.D. Radiological Science, University Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, 1984
Phone: (210) 567-5552