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Joseph Rispoli

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Assistant Professor - Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University


Contact Info:

jrispoli@purdue.edu
765-494-6178


Training Group(s):
Biotechnology


Current Research Interests:

Dr. Rispoli’s research focuses on novel hardware and methodology for magnetic resonance imaging. He is particularly interested in anatomically-tailored radiofrequency coil design for high-field studies, in vivo spectroscopy of multiple NMR-active nuclei, and electromagnetic modeling for patient safety and design evaluation.



Selected Publications:

J. Cui, J. Bosshard, J. Rispoli, I. Dimitrov, S. Cheshkov, M. McDougall, et al., "A switched-mode breast coil for 7 tesla MRI using forced-current excitation," IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering, 2015.

S. By, J. V. Rispoli, S. Cheshkov, I. Dimitrov, J. Cui, S. Seiler, et al., "A 16-Channel Receive, Forced Current Excitation Dual-Transmit Coil for Breast Imaging at 7T," PloS one, vol. 9, p. e113969, 2014.

M. P. McDougall, S. Cheshkov, J. Rispoli, C. Malloy, I. Dimitrov, and S. M. Wright, "Quadrature transmit coil for breast imaging at 7 tesla using forced current excitation for improved homogeneity," Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, vol. 40, pp. 1165-1173, 2014.

J. Rispoli, S. Wright, and M. McDougall, "Illustration of the Impact of Tuning Configuration on 7T RF Coil Simulations," Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med., vol. 22, p. 1362, 2014.

S. Cheshkov, I. Dimitrov, J. Rispoli, E. Gonzalez, C. Malloy, M. McDougall, et al., "Proton-decoupled 13C MRS of the breast at 7T," Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med., vol. 20, p. 4428, 2012.

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