MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Instructors


Dr. Sanjiv Sam Gambhir
Course Chair

Dr. Jianghong Rao
Course Chair

Dr. Francis Blankenberg

Dr. Shawn Chen



Dr. Chris Contag

Dr. Ted Graves

Dr. Samira Guccione

Dr. Craig Levin



Dr. Michael McConnell

Dr. Michael Moseley

Dr. Mark Schnitzer

Dr. Lei Xing

Course Description

Bioengineering/Radiology 222: An exploration of imaging technology and its use in modern biology, including:
  • Basic physics of SPECT, NRI, PET, CT, Optical (bioluminescence and fluorescence) imaging;
  • Design and synthesis of fluorescent and radioactively labeled probes for biological imaging;
  • Whole body imaging in mice using high speed digital autoradiography; Cardiovascular, Neurological, and Tumor Angiogenesis imaging with MRI;
  • In vivo multi-modality imaging of gene expression with bioluminescence, fluorescence, and PET;
  • Human application of molecular imaging in diagnosis and therapy.
This course is intended for graduate students in the medical school (Cancer Biology, Biophysics, Molecular Pharmacology, Molecular & Cellular Physioloygy, Radiation Oncology, Radiology), and from Bioengineering and Engineering.

PLEASE NOTE: The location of all classes is in Beckman Center B-200B.

Lectures

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