Dr. Robert Lenkinski was born in a refugee camp in Germany in 1947. In 1950 his parents emigrated to Toronto, Canada where he finished his elementary school, high school and University education. After graduation from the University of Toronto, he was trained as a chemist and performed his doctoral work at the University of Houston focusing on the use of lanthanide shift reagents in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). Read more
Research in Radiology at UTSW
Small Animal Imaging Facility UTSW
Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Program in Radiology
Advanced Imaging Research Center UTSW
Dr. Lenkinski’ Faculty Profile
Meet The Lab
From left to right.
Yin Xi, Biostatistician
Asghar Hajbeigi, Manager of Molceular Biology Laboratory
Alexander Ivanishev, MSc.,.Electrical Engineer
Keith Hulsey, PhD. Assistant Instructor Radiology and AIRC
Robert E. Lenkinski, PhD, PI
Khaled Nasr PhD, Chemist and Manager of the Chemistry Laboratory
The Lenkinski Laboratory, is located in the Department of Radiology. The primary studies include Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic (MRS), Multi-nuclear Imaging methods, Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST) MRI and Quantitative MRI (Arterial Spin Labeling, Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI, Diffusion Weighted MRI) for the study of human disease.
In addition, research is also focused on the development of targeted molecular imaging agents.