Dr. Shin received his BS and MS in mechanical engineering at Seoul National University, South Korea, and MS and PhD in electrical engineering at University of Southern California. After postdoctoral training at Stanford University, he joined the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Maryland in 2013. Dr Shin's research has focused on novel MRI pulse sequence design and image reconstruction for cardiovascular applications. Specific research topics include 3D first-pass myocardial perfusion MRI, 3D late gadolinium enhancement MRI, non-contrast-enhanced MR angiography, image reconstruction from under-sampled MR data, and multi-dimensional RF excitation.
KT Kwon, HH Wu, T Shin, T Cukur, M Lustig, DG Nishimura, "3D magnetization-prepared imaging using a concentric cylinders trajectory with application to peripheral angiography" accepted to Magn. Reson. Med
T Shin, BS Hu, DG Nishimura, "Off-resonance-robust velocity-selective magnetization preparation for non-contrast-enhanced peripheral MRA", in press (doi: 10.1002/mrm.24561), Magn. Reson. Med.
T Shin, PW Worters, BS Hu, DG Nishimura, "Non-contrast-enhanced renal and abdominal MRA using velocity-selective inversion preparation", Magn. Reson. Med. 69(5): 1268-1275, 2013
T Shin, KS Nayak, JM Santos, DG Nishimura, BS Hu, MV McConnell, "Three-dimensional first-pass myocardial perfusion MRI using a stack-of-spirals acquisition", Magn. Reson. Med. 69(3): 839-844, 2013.
T Shin, GM Pohost, KS Nayak, "Systolic 3D first-pass myocardial perfusion MRI: comparison with diastolic imaging in healthy subjects", Magn. Reson. Med. 63(4): 858-864, 2010.
T Shin, HH Hu, GM Pohost, KS Nayak, "Three dimensional first-pass myocardial perfusion imaging at 3T: Feasibility study", J. Cardiovasc. Magn. Reson., 10:57, 2008.
T Shin, J-F Nielsen, KS Nayak, "Accelerating dynamic spiral MRI by algebraic reconstruction from undersampled k-t space", IEEE Trans. Med. Imaging, 26(7): 917-924, 2007.