3D and Quantitative Imaging In the Department of Radiology
About Us


To develop and apply innovative techniques for efficient quantitative analysis and display of medical imaging data through interdisciplinary collaboration.


  • Education: To train physicians and technologists locally and worldwide in the latest developments in 3D and quantitative imaging.
  • Research: To develop new approaches to the exploration, analysis, and quantitative assesment of diagnostic images that result in (a) new and/or more cost-effective diagnostic approaches, and (b) new techniques for the design and planning and monitoring of therapy.
  • Patient Care: To deliver valid, clinically relevant visualization and analysis of medical imaging data to the Stanford community.


  • » Grant Building,
    300 Pasteur Drive, Stanford, CA 94305
  • » James H. Clark Center, 318 Campus Drive, S344, Stanford, CA 94305-5450
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