Tatiana Wolfe received her B.S. from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, in Medical Physics in June 2009, and her Ph.D. in Physics in Medicine and Biology from the same institution in March 2013. Dr. Wolfe completed Postdoctoral training in Monte Carlo methods for absorbed dose calculation in experimental nanomedicine radiation oncology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in 2015, and was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center for Neuroregeneration at the Houston Methodist Research Institute from 2015 to 2017.
Since then, Dr. Wolfe has pursued the registration of two U.S. patents in the interdisciplinary fields of neuroregeneration and magnetic resonance image (MRI). Dr. Wolfe is inventor and creator of signal isolation magnetic resonance imaging (siMRI) technology.
In March 2018, Dr. Wolfe joined CCBBI at The Ohio State University as the Center’s physicist to support image quality, safety and advanced MRI research developments.
Her major research interests include MRI detection of myelin quality in the brain and spinal cord in vivo to investigate neuro function and pathology. Her recent focus has been in advancing detection of brain activity and structure in vivo using siMRI.