Amol Pednekar.

Amol S. Pednekar, PhD



Dr. Pednekar received his Baccalaureate in Electrical Engineering in at University of Mumbai in India. He then completed a PhD in Computer Science in 2003 at University of Houston, Texas. He is certified by the American Board of Medical Physics since September 2016 in in MRI Physics. After completing his PhD, Dr. Pednekar joined St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, in Houston, Texas, as a Radiology Research Specialist, prior to becoming MRI Clinical Scientist for Philips Healthcare in 2005. He was Senior Imaging Scientist at Texas Children's hospital since 2017 prior to joining Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital as Assistant Professor. Dr. Pednekar is a skilled in cardiovascular MRI, passionately translating technical innovation into clinical practice.

He is an imaging scientist and algorithm developer with decade plus of experience in the field of diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging, guiding technical innovation towards clinical needs and translating them into clinical practice.


Quantitative assessment of velocity and flow using compressed SENSE in children and young adults with adequate acquired temporal resolution. Kocaoglu, M; Pednekar, A; Tkach, JA; Taylor, MD. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 2021; 23.

Comparison of compressed SENSE and SENSE for quantitative liver MRI in children and young adults. Boyarko, AC; Dillman, JR; Tkach, JA; Pednekar, AS; Trout, AT. Abdominal Radiology. 2021; 46:4567-4575.

Ultrafast Computation of Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction by Using Temporal Intensity Variation in Cine Cardiac Magnetic Resonance. Pednekar, AS; Cheong, BY C; Muthupillai, R. Texas Heart Institute Journal. 2021; 48.

Assessment of agreement between manual and automated processing of liver MR elastography for shear stiffness estimation in children and young adults with autoimmune liver disease. Gandhi, DB; Pednekar, A; Braimah, AB; Dudley, J; Tkach, JA; Trout, AT; Miethke, AG; Franck, MD; Heilman, JA; Dzyubak, B; et al. Abdominal Radiology. 2021; 46:3927-3934.

Dobutamine stress cardiac MRI is safe and feasible in pediatric patients with anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA). Doan, TT; Molossi, S; Sachdeva, S; Wilkinson, JC; Loar, RW; Weigand, JD; Schlingmann, TR; Reaves-O'Neal, DL; Pednekar, AS; Masand, P; et al. International Journal of Cardiology. 2021; 334:42-48.

Quantitative abdominal magnetic resonance imaging in children-special considerations. Dillman, JR; Tkach, JA; Pedneker, A; Trout, AT. Abdominal Radiology. 2021.

Fusing acceleration and saturation techniques with wave amplitude labeling of time-shifted zeniths MR elastography. Wang, H; Pednekar, A; Tkach, JA; Bridgewater, KR; Trout, AT; Dillman, JR; Dumoulin, CL. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 2021; 85:1552-1560.

Breath-hold and free-breathing quantitative assessment of biventricular volume and function using compressed SENSE: a clinical validation in children and young adults. Kocaoglu, M; Pednekar, AS; Wang, H; Alsaied, T; Taylor, MD; Rattan, MS. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 2020; 22.

Mitral Valve Flow and Myocardial Motion Assessed with Dual-Echo Dual-Velocity Cardiac MRI. Ajala, A; Zhang, J; Pednekar, A; Buko, E; Wang, L; Cheong, BY; Hor, PH; Muthupillai, R. 2020; 2.

Newly Developed Methods for Reducing Motion Artifacts in Pediatric Abdominal MRI: Tips and Pearls. Serai, SD; Hu, HH; Ahmad, R; White, S; Pednekar, A; Anupindi, SA; Lee, EY. American Journal of Roentgenology. 2020; 214:1042-1053.