Lumata, Lloyd

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Lloyd LumataAssistant Professor
PhD, Florida State University
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My research expertise is in biomedical physics, in particular the application of hyperpolarized magnetic resonance biosensors in biomedical NMR spectroscopy and imaging (MRI). Our research group uses dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP)–a combination of cryogenics, NMR and EPR technologies–to amplify magnetic resonance signals by several thousand-fold. We develop the DNP instrumentation and explore new hyperpolarized reporter molecules to improve medical diagnostics of cancer and other diseases via high resolution NMR spectroscopy and MRI.

Professional Preparation:
Postdoctoral Fellow, 2014, Biomedical Physics, Advanced Imaging Research Center, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Ph.D., 2008, Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University
B.S., 2002, Physics, Western Mindanao State University, Philippines