John Gore

  • Vanderbilt University

    $1 million CZI grant bolsters VUIIS ‘deep tissue’ imaging research

    Researchers in the Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science (VUIIS) have received a $1 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to develop “deep tissue” imaging methods that can peer into the furthest corners of the body. Through the application of magnetic resonance microscopy, VUIIS Director John… Read More

    Dec. 2, 2020

  • Vanderbilt University

    Gore named to committee on worker health overseas

    John Gore, director of the Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science, has been appointed to a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine standing committee to advise the Department of State on unexplained health effects on U.S. government employees and their families at overseas embassies. John Gore The committee was… Read More

    Dec. 12, 2019

  • Vanderbilt University

    Neuromodulation device studied as non-addictive option for chronic pain

    The VUIIS team developing a focused ultrasound neuromodulation device for treating chronic pain include, from left, Charles Caskey, William Grissom and Li Min Chen. (Vanderbilt/Susan Urmy) With $3.6 million in funding, researchers from the Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science are developing a focused ultrasound neuromodulation device as a non-invasive… Read More

    Nov. 11, 2019

  • Vanderbilt University

    Smith’s spinal cord imaging work lauded

    In recognition of his research contributions to improve magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods for detecting and quantifying spinal cord damage, Seth Smith, associate professor of radiology and radiological sciences, biomedical engineering, and ophthalmology and visual sciences, was recently awarded a 2018 Distinguished Investigator Award by the Academy for Radiology and… Read More

    Jan. 10, 2019

  • VUISS imaging science

    fMRI maps electrical activity in brain as precisely as more invasive methods, study finds

    A commonly used brain scanning technique can map electrical activity under the skull as precisely as more invasive methods that rely on probes or electrodes, according to a research team led by John Gore, director of the Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science and professor of biomedical engineering. The study… Read More

    May. 31, 2017

  • Vanderbilt University

    Gore named fellow of National Academy of Inventors

      John Gore (Anne Rayner/Vanderbilt) John Gore, director of the Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. Fellowship is granted to “academic inventors who have demonstrated a prolific spirit… Read More

    Dec. 15, 2015

  • Vanderbilt University

    Professors serve on Trans-institutional Programs review council, panels

    Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos (Vanderbilt University) Four engineering professors will serve on review boards of the formally launched new $50 million Trans-institutional Programs initiative outlined in the university’s Academic Strategic Plan. Doug Adams, Daniel F. Flowers Professor of Engineering and chair of the Department of Civil and… Read More

    Nov. 14, 2014

  • Vanderbilt University

    Gore honored by Zhejiang University

    John Gore, director of the Vanderbilt University Institute for Imaging Science, was named an honorary professor of Zhejiang University, China, during his recent visit to Zhejiang University School of Biomedical Engineering and Instrument Science. John Gore Gore, who delivered a lecture titled “The Emerging Role… Read More

    Feb. 19, 2014

  • Vanderbilt University

    Sutherland Prize, Chancellor’s Research Award go to engineers

    The Earl Sutherland Prize for Achievement in Research was presented to John Gore by Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos during the Fall Faculty Assembly Sept. 22. John Gore Gore holds the Hertha Ramsey Cress Chair in Medicine and he is the director of the Vanderbilt… Read More

    Aug. 22, 2013

  • Vanderbilt University

    Professor helps validate maps of the brain’s resting state

    Kick back and shut your eyes. Now stop thinking. You have just put your brain into what neuroscientists call its resting state. What the brain is doing when an individual is not focused on the outside world has become the focus of considerable research in recent years. One of the… Read More

    Jun. 19, 2013