MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Bioengineering/Radiology 222B - Winter 2013
Chemistry of Molecular Probes for Imaging in Living Subjects

Course Syllabus

CLASSES: Mondays & Fridays 9-10:50 AM, Alway M112

Week Monday Instructor Friday Instructor
1 1/7 Overview and Reporter Proteins: the Earth, Wind, and Sky
C. Contag
1/11 PET/SPECT Radiochemistry I. Introduction to Radiochemistry
F. Chin
2 1/14 PET/SPECT Radiochemistry II. Research and Clinical Applications
F. Chin
1/18 Radiolabeled Peptides and Proteins Valuable Tools for MI
A. Hoehne
3 1/21 School holiday: no class 1/25 Nanoparticle Imaging: Motivation, Applications, and Caveats
J. Jokerst
4 1/28 Contrast and Contrast Agents in X-ray Imaging
E. Graves
2/1 Fluorescent Probes and Instrumentation for MI
A. Shuhendler
5 2/4 Activatable Probes and Strategies For Smarter Molecular Imaging
A. Shuhendler
2/8 Brain PET and Designing Imaging Agents for Brain Targets
M. James
6 2/11 Why Put PET in a PET-MRI?
M. James
2/15 Imaging of Apoptosis and Angiogenesi
F. Blankenberg
7 2/18 School holiday: no class 2/22 Proteases as Targets for Molecular Imaging
M. Bogyo
8 2/25 Photoacoustic and Ultrasound Imaging - Why All the Noise?
J. Levi
3/1 Strategies for a Successful Sscientific Presentation
Dr. Michael Moseley
9 3/4 Hyperpolarized MRS - What, Why and How
3/8 MRI Probes and Particles I
B. Rutt
10 3/11 MRI Probes and Particles II
B. Rutt
3/15 Final Presentations
During our allocated Final Exam time
Friday, March 15th from 8:30-11:30am

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