Corey W. Arnold, PhD
Professor with appointments in the UCLA Departments of Radiological Sciences, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Bioengineering. Dr. Corey leads the Computational Diagnostics program, a joint effort between the departments. His areas of research include medical image analysis, computational phenotyping, natural language processing, and multi-scale predictive disease modeling.
Professor and Chair of the UCLA Department of Radiological Sciences. Dr. Enzmann received his Bachelor of Arts degree with honors at the University of Wisconsin, his Medical Degree and radiology training at Stanford University and his subspecialty training in neuroradiology at the University of California, San Francisco.
Assistant Professor, Abdominal Imaging and Intervention Department of Radiology. He is interested in quantitative MR imaging, especially prostate MRI, and is a member of the prostate imaging research group at UCLA.
William Hsu, PhD
Associate Professor of Radiological Sciences, Director of the Integrated Diagnostics Shared Resource, and member of the Medical & Imaging Informatics group. Dr. Hsu is a biomedical informatician whose research focuses on the systematic integration of information across different data sources to improve the performance and robustness of clinical prediction models.
Assistant Professor-in-Residence in the Division of Interventional Radiology of the Department of Radiological Sciences at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, with an Adjunct position in the Program of Medicine and Physics in Biology and Affiliate in the Department of Bioengineering and Director of the Systems Imaging and Modeling Laboratory (SIML).
Professor of Radiology and Urology. Dr. Raman is an expert in Urological Radiology, having published over 75 papers, 100 abstracts and several book chapters in this field. He has been the founding member of the UCLA Prostate Imaging Group, whose members include physicians and scientists dedicated to advancing the field of prostate imaging.