Dr Mark Haacke

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October 3, 2005

Dr Mark Haacke has been recruited to lead a new medical imaging laboratory at McMaster Univ, as part of its new School of Biomedical Engineering, a joint effort between the Faculties of Engineering and Health Sciences. A native Canadian, Haacke accepted three new positions in Hamilton, although he remains director of The Magnetic Resonance Imaging Institute at Wayne State Univ in Detroit. In addition to heading up the MRI lab, he will hold adjunct professor status with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Brain-Body Institute at St Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton. Haacke earned undergraduate, MSc and PhD degrees from the Univ of Toronto before leaving in 1978 to pursue research in theoretical, high-energy physics at Case Western Reserve Univ in Cleveland OH. The MRI lab will open in 2006 and is the third of seven labs to be announced for McMaster’s new biomedical engineering school. Already announced are the Robotics Research Laboratory supported by MDA Robotics and the Integrated Systems Laboratory supported by Bell University Laboratories….

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