Travis Scharr, MD

Travis Scharr, MD

Travis Scharr, MD. joined Memphis Radiological P.C. in 2020. Dr. Scharr received an undergraduate degree from Millsaps College. Dr. Scharr earned a M.A. from Tulane University.  He then went on to earning his medical degree from University of Tennessee Health Science Center and completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology at University of Tennessee, Memphis. He completed his fellowship in Diagnostic Body Imaging at Vanderbilt University.

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Travis S. Scharr, Katherine L. Ragland, Majid A. Khan, Kenneth Liechty, James A. Bofil,
Razvan Buciuc, and Judy R. James. ‘Intra-Uterine Sub-Structure Evaluation of the
Developing Neuro-Anatomical Fiber Tracts in Fetuses Using DTI.’ Abstract 2012
ISMRM in Melbourne, Australia

Tae Hong Park, Jonathan Biguenet, Zhiye Li, Conner Richardson, Travis Scharr (2007).
Feature Modulation Synthesis (FMS). 2007 International Computer Music
Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Presentations:
Katherine L. Ragland, Travis S. Scharr, Majid A. Khan, Manohar S. Roda, Kenneth
Liechty, James A. Bofill, Razvan Buciuc, Judy R. James: ‘Diffusion tensor imaging to
evaluate intra-uterine maturation of fetal white matter tracts.’ Radiology Research
Day 2011, University of Mississippi Medical Center, MS. Oral presentation –
Outstanding Research Award (1st prize)

Travis S. Scharr, Katherine L. Ragland, Majid A. Khan, Kenneth Liechty, James A. Bofil,
Razvan Buciuc, and Judy R. James. ‘Intra-Uterine Sub-Structure Evaluation of the
Developing Neuro-Anatomical Fiber Tracts in Fetuses Using DTI.’ Electronic poster
presentation at the 2012 ISMRM in Melbourne, Australia

Jeffrey D. Hooker, Majid A. Khan, Mike Schmidt, James A. Bofill, Kenneth W.
Leitchy, Warren L. May, Aaron Flammang, Judy R. James.1 Maturation of the In-
Utero Fetal Brain mapped by DTI. Presenter of electronic poster at the 2013 ARRS
Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

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