Kevin Bennett

Associate Professor

Molecular imaging, magnetic resonance, biophysics, nanmagnetism, self assembly, kidney diagnostics

Contact

Room

EDM 411

Phone

(808) 956-8241

Fax

(808) 956-4745

Academic Degrees

PhD, Biophysics

Research Interests

Molecular imaging, magnetic resonance, biophysics, nanmagnetism, self assembly, kidney diagnostics

Selected Publications

S.C. Beeman, L. Cullen-McEwen, M. Zhang, T. Wu, E.J. Baldelomar, J. Dowling, J.R. Charlton, M.S. Forbes, A. Ng, Q-Z Wu, J.A. Armitage, V.G. Puelles, G.F. Egan, J.F. Bertram, K.M. Bennett. MRI-based glomerular morphology and pathology in whole human kidneys. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol , 2014 (In Press). 

K.M. Bennett, J-I Jo, H. Cabral, B. Rumaiana, and I. Aoki. MR imaging techniques for nano-pathophysiology. Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2014.(In Press).

V. Clavijo Jordan ¸, E. Baldelomar, S.C. Beeman, and K.M. Bennett. Disruptive chemical doping in a ferritin-based iron oxide nanoparticle to decrease r2 and enhance detection with T1-weighted MRI. Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging. 2014.  (In Press).DOI:10.1002/cmmi.1578. 

J.F. Bertram, L.A. Cullen-McEwen, G. Egan, N. Gretz, E. Baldelomar, S.C. Beeman, and K.M. Bennett. How and why we measure nephron number. Pediatric Nephrology. 2014. 29(4); 575-580.