Pratik Mukherjee, MD, PhD
|Title||Associate Professor in Residence|
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Radiology and Biomedical Imaging|
|Address||185 Berry Street, Suite 350|
San Francisco CA 94107
|International Symposium on High-field MR in Clinical Applications Conference, Bonn, Germany||2012||Keynote Lecturer |
|GE Healthcare||2009||MR Thought Leader|
|Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada||2008||Derek Harwood-Nash Annual Lecture in Neuroradiology|
|American Society of Neuroradiology||2006||Outstanding Presentation Award in Functional Neuroradiology|
|American Society of Neuroradiology||2005||Berlex Best Paper Award in General Neuroradiology|
|Neuroradiology Education and Research Foundation||2004||Scholar Award in Neuroradiology Research|
|American Society of Neuroradiology ||2001||Berlex/ASNR Award in Basic Science Research|
|Radiological Society of North America||1999||Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award|
|Rockefeler University||1994||S. Koide Memorial Fellowship|
|Radiological Society of North America||1989||Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award|
|National Institutes of Health||1988
||1995||Medical Scientist Training Program|
Pratik Mukherjee, MD, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering, and he is an attending neuroradiologist at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Mukherjee received his PhD in Neuroscience from Rockefeller University, New York. He obtained his medical degree in Medicine from Cornell University, New York, in 1995, and completed his residency in Radiology at New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center, followed by a fellowship in Neuroradiology from Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri, in 2002.
Dr. Mukherjee’s primary clinical research is the study of traumatic brain injury (TBI) using advanced MRI imaging. His research has been focused on technical development, neuroscience and clinical applications of advanced imaging methods for mapping structure and function of the human brain. Mainly in diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), which is a popular technique for assessing the development and integrity of white matter, and for mapping axonal fiber pathways.
Dr. Mukherjee has served as Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator for several NIH grants. He has 68 published articles and 5 book chapters. He has 5 significant publications where he had the responsibilities of senior and corresponding author of these studies, which he wrote, revised, and finalized these manuscripts.
Radiology, Neuroradiology, Pediatric Neuroradiology, Cognitive Neuroscience
Neuroradiology, traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Brain development, computational neuroscience, connectomics, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), epilepsy, functional MRI (fMRI), machine learning, magnetoencephalography (MEG), pediatric neuroradiology, traumatic brain injury (TBI), ultra-high field MRI, white matter tractography
Education and Training:
• Medical School: Cornell University, New York - Medicine
• Internship: New York Cornell Medical Center - Internal Medicine
• Residency: Washington University of Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri - Radiology
• Fellowship: Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri - Neuroradiology
• Doctor of Philosophy: Rockefeller University, New York - Neuroscience
• National Board of Medical Examiners Certificate #416732
• American Board of Radiology Certificate #46843
• Missouri Medical License #2000160532
• California Medical License #G86473
• American Board of Radiology Certificate of Added Qualification Neuroradiology #46844
Brain development, computational neuroscience, connectomics, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), epilepsy, functional MRI (fMRI), machine learning, magnetoencephalography (MEG), pediatric neuroradiology, traumatic brain injury (TBI), ultra-high field MRI, white matter tractography.
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