Dr. NessAiver has been working with MRI machines for over 30 years and, in that time, has become one of the most widely respected names in the field. He holds four patents on novel imaging techniques, has co-authored dozens of papers and presentations, and literally wrote the book on MRI physics.
He currently sits on the American College of Radiology’s (ACR) Committee on Quality Assurance in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and has spent the last 20 years at Simply Physics developing and perfecting QC programs for every type of scanner and situation.
Most medical physicists divide their time between all of the various imaging modalities, and with split focus comes lowered understanding. Dr. NessAiver’s specialization in the complicated field of MRI physics has allowed for the development of the most comprehensive, in-depth Quality Control program available today, and one that is constantly evolving as he learns more.
Founded in 2002, Simply Physics has a core mission of improving the quality of Magnetic Resonance Imaging across the country. This goal is accomplished in three primary ways: