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Bruce Daniel, MD

Professor of Radiology
Stanford Medicine
(650) 725-1812
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Clinical Interests

Bruce did his residency at the University of Michigan, before joining Stanford in 1995 as an NCI fellow and faculty member.  His interest in body MRI dates back to his medical school days.  Hi main areas of interest include breast MRI, and diagnostic body MRI techniques, as well as instrumentation for MRI-guided procedures.  He is a frequent collaborator with Mark Cutkosky in Mechanical engineering developing MRI-compatible teleoperation systems with haptic transparency.  He co-leads a breast MRI R01 with Dr. Hargreaves.  And lately he has started and co-directs IMMERS, the Incubator for Medical Mixed and Extended Reality at Stanford where many projects center around merging patients and their imaging data back together in augmented reality.

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Research Overview

Dr. Daniel's research interests are Breast MRI & Interventional MRI.