Dr. Hargreaves is Associate Professor of Radiology, with a research focus on body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). He completed his PhD at Stanford University in Electrical Engineering before moving to the Radiology Department in 2005. He now directs the Body MRI research group, which develops and implements new MRI techniques with the goal of improving patient care. His group's contributions affect hundreds of patients each year at Stanford and in other imaging centers around the world. In addition to research, Dr. Hargreaves teaches two graduate level courses, and lectures in numerous other courses at Stanford. He is a member of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, where he serves as chair of the Web Editorial Board, as well as numerous other committees.
Ph.D., Stanford University, Electrical Engineering (2001)
M.S., Stanford University, Electrical Engineering (1997)
B.A.Sc, Simon Fraser University, Engineering Science (1994)