Field: Kidney Disease

Location: Ochsner Clinical School

Type of student: Both types will be considered (i.e. you are flexible with your project/s)

Type of work: Chart reviews, Clinical work

Brief synopsis:

The hypothesis is that ASL MRI can distinguish hepatorenal syndrom from ischemic ATN and predict response to vasoconstrictor therapy.

Role of student researcher: patient identification, data collection, informed consent, image processing, communications with collaborators

Objective: submission of abstract as 1st author to a regional/national meeting. Co-authorship in a future manuscript(s).  

 

Supervisor

Dr Juan Carlos Velez

Dr Juan Carlos Velez

Associate Professor
Ochsner Clinical School