MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Multimodality Molecular Imaging Lab (MMIL)

Principal Investigator

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Lab Members

Previous Lab Members

  • Kenrick Aban
  • Naveen Acharya
  • Debora Adler, PhD
  • Nona Adonai
  • Byeong-Cheol (Ben) Ahn
  • Cheol-Hee Ahn
  • Ata Alijani, MD
  • Matt Allen
  • Joul Bai
  • Harleen Bains
  • Pranab Banerjee
  • Naseer Baseer
  • Eileen Bauer
  • Yael Ben-Haim
  • Michael Benoit
  • Mani Berenji
  • Bijan Berenji
  • Felix Bergara
  • Frank Berger, MD, PhD
  • Hema Bhatia
  • Sraboni Bhaumik, PhD
  • Sarah Bohndiek, PhD
  • Ali Borghei
  • Stephanie Bradasich
  • Keri Anne Carrillo
  • Ya-Fang Chang
  • Ian Chen
  • Michelle Chen
  • Zhen Cheng
  • Susan Choi
  • Frank Cochran
  • Adam Cole, PhD
  • Sarah Copeland, MD
  • Benjamin Cosgrove, PhD
  • Lorena Cusso
  • Mangal Dandekar
  • Ed Dao
  • Vaughn Davis
  • Abhijit De, PhD
  • Adam de la Zerda, PhD
  • Robert Dennis, PhD
  • Christophe Deroose
  • Manali Dighe
  • Rick Dijkhuizen, PhD
  • Anca Dragulescu-Andrasi, PhD
  • Sjoerd Elias
  • Hua Fan-Minogue, PhD
  • Angela Fee
  • Xuwen Gao
  • Ankit Garg
  • Olivier Gheysens
  • Robin Goldman
  • Ray Golish
  • Seema Goyal
  • Alison Green, PhD
  • Pavan Gupta
  • Ben Hackel, PhD
  • Keith B. Hartman
  • Pooneh Hendi, MD
  • Kevin Hewitt
  • Isabel Junie Hildebrandt
  • Aileen Hoehne, PhD
  • Yeong Jin Hong
  • Sharon Hori, PhD
  • Jens Hove
  • Khy Huang
  • Nicholas Hughes, PhD
  • Meera Iyer
  • Ken Ito, PhD
  • Anitha Junutula
  • Susan Kanda
  • Keon Wook Kang
  • Won Jun Kang, MD, PhD
  • Shay Keren
  • Khun Visith Keu, MD
  • Avni Khatri
  • Maryam Khodaverdi
  • Richard Kimura, PhD
  • Moritz Kircher, PhD
  • Keri Klein
  • Sri-Rajasekhar (Raj) Kothapalli, PhD
  • Masakatsu Kotsuma, PhD
  • Tianyi Krupka, PhD
  • Yuji Kuge
  • Gene Lacson
  • Xiaoman Lewis
  • Vanessa Litman
  • Andreas Loening
  • Brenda Loustaunau
  • Duncan Maclaren
  • Dharshani Mahadevan
  • Eleonora Mandalian
  • Jeff Markham
  • Dirk Mayer
  • Payal Mehta
  • Pavan Mehta
  • Jung-Joon Min, MD
  • Kazim Narsinh
  • Pratima Nemani
  • Khoi Nguyen, DDS
  • Carsten Nielsen
  • Uche Ozoh
  • Dongfeng Pan, PhD
  • Anjani Panchal
  • Natesh Parashurama, MD, PhD
  • Ken Park, MD
  • Jinha Mark Park, MD, PhD
  • Firoozeh Parsa Nezhad
  • Manishkumar Patel
  • Anup Patel
  • Ramasamy Paulmurugan, PhD
  • Patrick Phelps
  • Harold Pimenta
  • Harikrishna Rallapalli
  • Munesha Ramsinghani
  • Julia Rasooly
  • Pritha Ray, PhD
  • Sunetra Ray
  • Cesar Rodriguez
  • Martin Rodriguez-Porcel, MD
  • John Ronald, PhD
  • Theresa Sama
  • Ataya Sathirachinda
  • Mark Schelbert
  • Meike Schipper, MD
  • Eldi Schonfeld-Dado, PhD
  • Jeong Seon Ji, MD, PhD
  • Biraj Shah, MD
  • Christina Shen, MD
  • Jim Shephard
  • Jacob Sherman
  • Abhinav Singh
  • Shaun Snyder
  • Min-kyung So, PhD
  • Si Yeol Song, MD, PhD
  • Val Stambolstian
  • Murugesan Subbarayan, PhD
  • Xiaoman Sun
  • Gobalakrishnan Sundaresan, PhD
  • Anobel Tamrazi
  • Robert Teed
  • Avnesh Thakor
  • Hao Tiet
  • Ricky Tong
  • Jeffrey Tseng
  • David Twomey
  • Alex Usmanov
  • Katy Venisnik
  • Monica Verma
  • Zachary Walls, PhD
  • Yanling Wang
  • Yingbing Wang
  • Juergen K. Willmann, MD, PhD
  • Nadia Withofs
  • Yanjun Wu
  • Joseph Wu, MD, PhD
  • Shahriar Yaghoubi, PhD
  • Xinrui Yan, PhD
  • Cecilia Yap
  • David Yerushalmi
  • Joon-Kee Yoon, MD, PhD
  • Yajing Yu
  • Sophia Zackrisson, MD, PhD
  • Peter Zaslav
  • Keren Ziv, PhD

This laboratory is developing imaging assays to monitor fundamental cellular/molecular events in living subjects including patients. Technologies such as micro positron emission tomography (microPET), bioluminescence optical imaging, fluorescence optical imaging, micro computerized axial tomography (microCAT), ultrasound, photoacoustics, Raman imaging are all being actively investigated in small animal models. Our goals are to marry fundamental advances in molecular/cell biology with those in biomedical imaging to advance the field of molecular imaging. We have a particular interest in cancer biology and gene therapy. Research in early cancer detection and pharmacological therapy assessment is also being performed. Assays to interrogate cells for mRNA levels, cell surface antigens, intracellular proteins and protein-protein interactions are under active development. We are also extending many of these approaches for human clinical applications using optical and PET-CT technologies.

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Dr. Gambhir's Multimodality Molecular Imaging Lab
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