MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

ICMIC@Stanford 2010 - 2015

Developmental Projects

Research Project 1 - Development and Validation of Sensors for Imaging Protein Phosphorylation in Living Subjects Research Project 2 - Multi-Modality Imaging of Oncogene-Induced Tumorigenesis Research Project 3 - Dual Biotherapy for the Treatment of Malignancy
  • Mike W. Helms
Research Project 4 - PET Imaging of Brain Tumor Angiogenesis and Anti-Angiogenic Treatment

SPECIALIZED RESOURCES

Specialized Resource 1 - Chemistry/Radiochemistry Resource Specialized Resource 2 - Flow Cytometry Resource Specialized Resource 3 - Small Animal Imaging Resource
  • Tim Doyle, PhD
  • Laura Pisani, PhD
Specialized Resource 4 - Quantitation and Visualization Resource
  • Frezghi Habte, PhD
  • Tiffany Liu, PhD

DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS

YEAR 1 - 2005-2006

Developmental Project 1 - Multimodality Imaging of mRNA in Living Animals
  • Gayatri Gowrishankar, PhD
Developmental Project 2 - In vivo Imaging of Brain Tumor Cellular Dynamics Using Fluorescence Microendoscopy Developmental Project 3 - Development of Small Animal Conformal Therapy Developmental Project 4 - PET Imaging of Tumor Vasculature with 18F Labeled VEGF
  • NONE

YEAR 2 - 2006-2007

Developmental Project 1 - Multimodality Imaging of mRNA in Living Animals
  • Min-kyung So, PhD
Developmental Project 2 - Optically Coupled Readout Front-End for MR-Compatible PET Instrumentation Developmental Project 3 - Development of Small Animal Conformal Therapy
  • Hu Zhou, PhD
Developmental Project 4 - Encapsulated Gold Contrast Agent for CT Imaging of Tumors
  • Arundhuti C. Ganguly, PhD

YEAR 3 - 2007-2008

Developmental Project 1 - Use of Magnetic Producing Bacteria for Tumor Targeting and Enhancing MRI Contrast
  • Michael Benoit, PhD
  • Yoram Barak, PhD
Developmental Project 2 - Molecular Imaging of Tumor Matrix Metalloproteinase Expression Using 18F Labeled Chlorotoxin
  • Zhe Liu, PhD
  • Zhengming Xiong, PhD
Developmental Project 3 - Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging of Hyperpolarized 13C-labeled Pyruvate Developmental Project 4 - Imaging Cancer Patient with Manganese-Enhanced MRI

YEAR 4 - 2008-2009

Developmental Project 1 - Synthesis and Use of 18F-fluoro-9-B-D-arabinofuranosylguanine as an Imaging Agent for the Detection of Diseases of T cell Origin
  • Lenore Urbani
Developmental Project 2 - A Novel Rhenium Cyclized Peptide for Pre-clinical Imaging of Melanoma Metastases Developmental Project 3 - Molecular Ultrasound for Monitoring Anti-Angiogenic Cancer Treatment: Comparison with PET-CT Developmental Project 4 - Imaging Cancer Pain with Manganese-Enhanced MRI

YEAR 5 - 2009-2010

Developmental Project 1 - Gene Therapy for Hepatocullular Carcinoma: Development of a Readily Translatable Non-Viral Vector
  • Young Kim
  • Luke Higgins
  • Regina Katzenberg
Developmental Project 2 - Synthesis and Use of 18F-fluoro-9-B-D-arabinofuranosylguanine as an Imaging Agent for the Detection of Diseases of T cell Origin
  • Lenore Urbani
Developmental Project 3 - 1 mm Resolution Laser-coupled PET Detector for Simultaneous PET/MR of the Breast
  • Laura Pisani
Developmental Project 4 - Molecular Image-Based Clinical Management of Head and Neck Cancers
  • TBD

YEAR 6 - 2010-2011

Developmental Project 1 - Nanoparticle-Mediated Delivery of a Novel Prodrug Regiment to Prostate Cancer
  • Jing Hung Wang
Developmental Project 2 - Clincally-Translatable Integrative Quantitative Functional and Molecular Ultrasonic Imaging Approach for Monitoring Anti-Vascular Cancer Therapy
  • Beth Pysz
Developmental Project 3 - Engineering Stable Knottin Peptides as a New Class of Molecular Imaging Agents
  • Sarah Moore
Developmental Project 4 - Development of a Novel Gadolinium-Based MRI Contrast Agent for Tracking Cancer Cells
  • Russell Dean Haynes

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