Garry E. Gold, M.D. / Society of Computed Body Tomography & Magnetic Resonance
Garry E. Gold, M.D., is Professor and Associate Chair for Research in the Department of Radiology at Stanford University. He is also Professor (by courtesy) in Bioengineering and Orthopedic Surgery. He received BS, MS (Electrical Engineering), and MD degrees from Stanford University, finishing in 1992. Dr. Gold did his residency training in Radiology at Stanford University from 1992-1998, including a postdoctoral research fellowship with Drs. Albert Macvoski and John Pauly in Electrical Engineering. He also did a clinical musculoskeletal radiology fellowship at UCSD with Dr. Donald Resnick. Dr. Gold joined the faculty at Stanford in 1999.
Dr. Gold’s research focuses on developing new methods for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) that improves diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disease. His many contributions to the field include some of the earliest initial application of uTE imaging in musculoskeletal disease. His group has developed advanced methods for morphologic and physiologic imaging of articular cartilage, improved methods for imaging around metal, new approaches for dynamic MRI in muscle and joint motion, and application of MR-guided focused ultrasound in musculoskeletal disease. Dr. Gold is a Fellow and Vice-President for the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Dr. Gold is principal investigator on grants from NIAMS, NIBIB, NCI, the Arthritis Foundation, and GE Healthcare.
In addition to his research, Dr. Gold has won multiple awards for his teaching and mentoring. He has worked with and trained many leaders in the field in the use of novel MRI methods in clinical, biomechanical, and translational applications. He was recently elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biomedical Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.