Multi-Dimensional Image Processing Laboratory

Mission & Vision

Our mission is to develop, investigate, and apply post-processing technology that provides innovative, high quality and reproducible visualizations and analyses which support enhanced patient care and enable research and education.

We are committed to:

  • Leadership in discovery and application of advanced multi-dimensional image processing techniques for the benefit of patients
  • Providing a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment that values creativity and professional growth
  • Training future leaders in multi-dimensional image processing
  • Abiding by the highest ethics and standards in performing our mission

Clinical Services

Duke Multi-Dimensional Imaging Lab offers post processing services for any Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) angiographic study scanned at our institution. We will also provide this service for any non-angiographic CT or MRI study with a valid order by an MD.

Post processing may include multi-planar reformations, maximum intensity projections, volume rendering, and quantitative analysis. Longitudinal reports will be provided on request to demonstrate changes in anatomical or pathological conditions over time. We also offer access to 3D tools for referring physicians, so they may interact with the exam data in real time.

Please Contact Multi-D Operations Support (919) 681-0492 or Chief  Technologist (919) 668-5120 with questions about ordering 3D studies.


The Multi•D Lab provides the service of de-identification of medical imaging data for research protocols to comply with HIPAA requirements, Good Clinical Practice (GCP), and DICOM standards. Our expertise in image processing and clinical research ensures that images are properly de-identified in order to:

  • Protect the confidentiality of individuals participating in research
  • Comply with GCP by providing an audit trail for traceability
  • Maintain the integrity of modified image data

If your research project requires sending imaging studies outside the institution (i.e. to a sponsor or an imaging CRO), please email the lab at: or call (919) 681-0492.

RECIST Services

The Multi-D Lab offers efficient reporting for RECIST tumor response assessments in a web-based tumor measurement application. Study coordinators may gain access to the RECIST reporting system by calling the lab at (919) 681-0492.


The Multi-D Lab offers a variety of visiting fellowship options for interested M.D.s, technologists, engineers, and students. For complete details, please see our  Multi-D Visiting Fellowship Brochure  or you may contact us at (919) 681-0492.

About Us

We are located in the Hock Plaza Building, near Duke Medical Center. Parking is available behind the building with advanced reservation. Please contact Pamela Stanback, for your parking reservation.

Contact Information

2424 Erwin Road, Suite 402, Durham, NC 27705
Phone: (919) 681-0492
Fax: (919)660-0421

wdt_ID Name Position Contact Number
2 Lab Directors
3 Dr. Daniele Marin, MD Medical Director Phone: (919) 684-7366
6 Operations Support
7 Pamela Stanback Administrative Assistant Phone: (919) 681-0492
11 3D Technologists
12 Susan Churchill, BSRT (R)(N)(CT) Supervisor Phone: (919) 668-5120
13 Michael Bowling, RT (R)(CT)(MRI) Supervisor Phone: (919) 660-0424
14 Nicole Horn, BS; RT(R)(CT)(N),CNMT Supervisor Phone: (919) 660-0425
15 Claire N. Miller, BSRT (R)(CT) 3D Technologist Phone: (919) 660-0426
16 Amanda Selover, BSRT(R)(CT) 3D Technologist Phone: (919) 660-0424
17 Denise Garman BSRT,(MR)(CT) 3D Technologist Phone: (919) 660-0425
18 Terry W. Poole RT(R)(CT) 3D Technologist Phone: (919) 660-0424
19 Lucas Araujo MSRS RRA (R)(CT)(MR) 3D Technologist Phone: (919) 660-0424
21 Information Technology
22 DHTS IT Systems Phone: (919) 684-2243