The annual prize is awarded by Carnegie Mellon University to the person judged to have made the most progress in the scientific field in the United States.
The MEG pioneer approaches technology development in much the same way as he does the chamber music groups in which he loves to perform.
On Friday, Nov. 30, the Martinos Center celebrated two landmark events for its MEG program.
She received the award for her work with personal space in schizophrenia.
The Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research will honor Wald during a ceremony to be held in November.
She received the award for her work with optical imaging and mechanical thrombectomy.
Ouri Cohen, Jerry Ackerman and colleagues have developed a technique that adds therapeutic capabilities to magnetic resonance imaging.
Franceschini was welcomed into the The AIMBE College of Fellows in a ceremony held yesterday.
Hämäläinen is a pioneer in the application of MEG to the study of human brain function.
The honor recognizes the enormous contributions he has made to the field of biomedical imaging.