At Calimetrix, we are dedicated to the development of advanced quantitative MRI phantoms that meet the needs of the MR clinical and research community. Building on over 25 years of research experience, our mission is to build phantoms that facilitate clinical trials, quality assurance, and the development and testing of new quantitative imaging biomarkers. Based in Madison, Wisconsin, Calimetrix was launched in 2016 by physicians and researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Scott Reeder, MD, PhD
Scott B. Reeder, M.D., Ph.D. is a Professor, Vice Chair of Research and Chief of MRI in the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He joined UW-Madison in 2005 from Stanford University where he completing his radiology residency, and a fellowship in abdominal and cardiovascular imaging. He completed his medical degree and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Reeder is the Director of the UW Liver Imaging Research Program, an active NIH-funded group that performs research in technical development and translation of quantitative imaging biomarkers. Dr. Reeder has 25+ years of experience in MRI research, 200+ peer-reviewed manuscripts, and 28 patents.
Jean Brittain, PhD
Jean H. Brittain, Ph.D. is a Senior Scientist in the Department of Radiology at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Prior to her current position, Dr. Brittain worked for GE Healthcare for 15 years, with more than 10 years spent managing R&D teams. While at GE Healthcare, Dr. Brittain collaborated with researchers at leading academic medical centers to develop and productize new MRI methods, including quantitative imaging techniques. Dr. Brittain completed her M.S., PhD, and post-doctoral studies in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University where her research focused on magnetic resonance imaging. Dr. Brittain has 25+ years of experience in MRI research, 55+ peer-reviewed manuscripts, and 19 patents.
Diego Hernando, PhD
Diego Hernando, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Radiology and Medical Physics at University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is an electrical engineer with a background in signal processing and imaging physics, and 11+ years of experience in the development and translational validation of MRI-based quantitative imaging biomarkers. He has a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Hernando has published over 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts and holds five patents on MRI technologies.