Gary D. Hutchins, Ph.D.
Dr. Hutchins is the John W. Beeler Professor of Radiology and serves as the Director of the Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences, the Vice Chairman for Research in the Department of Radiology and the Director of the Imaging Science Division in the Department of Radiology. A principal focus of Dr. Hutchins' activities has been the development of imaging resources to serve as a center in support of inter-departmental and inter-institutional research activities. Over the past several years, the incorporation of physiologic based imaging techniques into numerous research programs has occurred through collaborations fostered by Dr. Hutchins. This has played an integral role in the development of research programs at IU. Dr. Hutchins has served on numerous scientific review study sections including multiple NIH programs, the Department of Energy and the Canadian Foundation for Innovation. He has served as a member of numerous research and steering committees for Clarian, the IU School of Medicine, Purdue University and IUPUI and chaired the IU School of Medicine Physiologic Imaging Research Center Committee. He holds appointments in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics in the Indiana University School of Medicine, the joint Biomedical Engineering Program between Purdue University and Indiana University, and the School of Health Sciences at Purdue University. His principal research interests include the development of quantitative PET imaging methods for the noninvasive in-vivostudy of physiologic processes in oncology, cardiology, and the neurosciences.
Masters Degree: University of Wisconsin (Medical Physics) 1982
Ph.D. Degree: University of Wisconsin (Medical Physics) 1984