MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Bioengineering/Radiology 222B - Winter 2014
Chemistry of Molecular Probes for Imaging in Living Subjects

Course Syllabus

CLASSES: Mondays & Fridays 9-10:50 AM, LKSC 208

TA: David Kurtz, MD (email [dkurtz])
Week Monday Instructor Friday Instructor
1 1/6

Overview and Reporter Proteins: the Earth, Wind, and Sky

C. Contag
Lecture notes
1/10

PET/SPECT Radiochemistry I. Introduction to Radiochemistry

F. Chin
Lecture notes
2 1/13

PET/SPECT Radiochemistry II. Research and Clinical Applications

F. Chin
Lecture notes
1/17

Hyperpolarized MR - What, Why, and How

S. Josan
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3 1/20

School holiday: no class

1/24

Nanoparticle Imaging: Motivation, Applications, and Caveats

J. Jokerst
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4 1/27

Contrast and Contrast Agents in X-ray Imaging

E. Graves
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1/31

Radiolabeled Peptides and Proteins Valuable Tools for MI

A. Hoehne
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5 2/3

Fluorescent Probes and Instrumentation for MI

A. Shuhendler
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2/7

Activatable Probes and Strategies For Smarter Molecular Imaging

A. Shuhendler
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6 2/10

Brain PET and Designing Imaging Agents for Brain Targets

M. James
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2/14

Imaging of Apoptosis and Angiogenesis

F. Blankenberg
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7 2/17

School holiday: no class

2/21

MRI Probes and Particles I

B. Rutt
Lecture notes
8 2/24

MRI Probes and Particles II

B. Rutt
Lecture notes
2/28

Photoacoustic and Ultrasound Imaging - Why All the Noise?

J. Levi
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Dayton PA. Molecular ultrasound imaging using microbubble contrast agents. Front Biosci. 2007;12.
Kim C. In vivo photoacoustic tomography of chemicals: high-resolution functional and molecular optical imaging at new depths. Chem Rev. 2010;110(5).
Klibanov AL. Ligand-carrying gas-filled microbubbles: ultrasound contrast agents for targeted molecular imaging. Bioconjug Chem. 2005;16(1).
Ntziachristos V. Molecular imaging by means of multispectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT). Chem Rev. 2010;110(5).

9 3/3

Proteases as Targets for Molecular Imaging

M. Bogyo
Lecture notes
3/7

Clinical Molecular Imaging Strategies

D. Behera
10 3/10

Modern Molecular Imaging Strategies

Z. Cheng
Lecture notes
3/14

Preparing a Successful Scientific Presentation

Dr. Michael Moseley
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3/20 Final Presentations
During our allocated Final Exam time
Thursday, March 20th from 8:30-11:30am
LKSC 308

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