Master of Science in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

The Cedars-Sinai Master of Science in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (MSMRM) is an accredited program designed to train tomorrow’s leaders in the field of magnetic resonance (MR) in medicine. MR imaging has become a cornerstone of clinical and research imaging as one of the most advanced noninvasive, radiation-free technologies that could help better preventing, diagnosing and treating a broad range of diseases. Advancements in MR imaging require both a deep understanding of technological know-how and a clinical need to provide optimal care in a fast-evolving environment. Students of this accredited, two-year program become part of a dynamic, world-class medical center where interactions with leading clinicians and scientists, as well as clinical emphasis through focused rotations, are integrated with scientific course work throughout the entire program.

 

 

Message From the Program Director

"At Cedars- Sinai we offer a wide range of opportunities in both medical and clinical research, where we teach fundamental and translational aspects of imaging technologies. Our distinguished faculty members are dedicated to ensuring a high-quality education and mentorship for all our students. We care deeply about our graduate students at Cedars-Sinai and take their education and career development seriously. We believe in faculty mentorship as a vital part of your education and advocate for student leadership experiences. We are proud to offer you a warm, safe and supportive community of scholars that fosters diversity, organizational integrity and cultural individuality. We look forward to learning and growing with you here at Cedars-Sinai!"

Debiao Li, PhD
Director, Biomedical Imaging Research Institute
Chairholder, Karl Storz Chair in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Honor of Dr. George Berci
Professor, Biomedical Sciences and Imaging, Cedars-Sinai
Professor, Medicine and Bioengineering, UCLA
Past President of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine