MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Research Scientists

Tim Doyle

Tim Doyle

Scientific Director, Small Animal Imaging Facility, MIPS

Education:

Ph.D., Biochemistry, University of Oxford, U.K., 1993
B.A., Biochemistry, University of Oxford, U.K., 1989


Contact Information:

Stanford Small Animal Imaging Facility
The Clark Center (E150), 318 Campus Drive
Stanford CA 94305

Phone: 650 724-8250
Fax: 650 725-4948
E-mail: tim.doyle@stanford.edu


Research Interests:

Dr. Doyle is developing reporter gene strategies that will advance in vivo discovery approaches and is using these tools for the development of in vivo genomic strategies for the study of the regulatory networks that control metastatic disease in breast and prostate cancer.


Recent Publications:

  1. Gonzalez-Gonzalez E, Ra H, Hickerson RP, Wang Q, Leake D, Avilion AA, Solgaard O, Doyle TC, Contag CH, and Kaspar RL. SiRNA silencing of keratinocyte-specific GFP expression in a novel transgenic mouse skin model. Gene Therapy. ;submitted.
  2. Cao YA, Bachmann MH, Beilhack A, Yang Y, Tanaka M, Swijnenburg RJ, Reeves R, Taylor-Edwards C, Schulz S, Doyle TC, Fathman CG, Robbins RC, Herzenberg LA, Negrin RS, Contag CH. Molecular Imaging Using Labeled Donor Tissues Reveals Patterns of Engraftment, Rejection, and Survival in Transplantation. Transplantation. 2005;80(1):134-139.

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