The Sung Lab, directed by Kyung Sung, is part of Magnetic Resonance Research Labs (MRRL) in the Department of Radiological Sciences within the School of Medicine at UCLA. Our mission is to advance state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Our research focuses on developments of novel imaging methods that target specific clinical and research applications. Our current research projects include:
Kyung Sung, Ph.D.
Medical Students / Clinical Fellows:
Brian Lee, M.D.
Arya R Alibadi, M.D. Candidate
Novena Rangwala, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow, 2013 — 2016 (Currently: GE Healthcare)
Dapeng Liu, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow, 2016 — 2017 (Currently: Dept. of Radiology, Johns Hopkins University)
Yeejin Lee, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow, 2017 — 2018 (Currently: Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University of Science and Technology)
Thomas Martin, Ph.D – Ph.D. Student, 2012 — 2018 (Currently: Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio)
Duanduan (Sally) Liu – Visiting Graduate Student, Feb 2013 — July 2013
Eric Cho – Visiting Student, May 2013 — July 2013
ByungJoo (Joshua) Park, Ph.D. – Visiting Scholar, Feb 2013 — Feb 2014
Wenrui Yang – Visiting Undergraduate Student, Sep 2013 — Mar 2014
Marina Miranda – Summer Research Student, Brazil Scientific Mobility Program (BSMP), May 2016 — Aug 2016
Tianle Cao – Summer Research Student, Tsinghua University, June 2017 — Sep 2017
Kang-Sun Choi, Ph.D. – Visiting Scholar, Jan 2017 — Jan 2018
We are seeking an excellent postdoctoral fellow/graduate student with a strong background in signal and image processing, with an interest in developing novel MRI methods. Please see here for more detail.