Molecular Imaging Resident Training Series
This popular webinar series is designed to provide participants with a firm foundation in the basic principles of molecular imaging, including methods employing radioisotopes, optical imaging agents, and magnetic resonance.
Who Should Attend?
Primarily designed for Nuclear Medicine and Radiology residents, this new training series will also benefit physicians, scientists, technologists, and other professionals who want a better understanding of molecular imaging.
What Will You Learn?
At the conclusion of the program, participants will:
- Review the basic science of molecular imaging, including molecular and cellular chemistry, biochemistry, biology, imaging physics and instrumentation.
- Apply key concepts to effectively communicate and interact with experts in Molecular Imaging.
- Discuss the current and future roles of advanced molecular imaging techniques and agents for clinical imaging of disease.
Continuing Education Credits
These live activities have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Available Sessions (Users may purchase the entire series, or individual sessions)
|Molecular and Cellular Biology Overview||King Li, MD, FRCP(C), MBA||Available On-Demand|
|Cell Trafficking||Jan Grimm, MD, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Small Animal Imaging and Instrumentation||Andrew Kung, MD, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Including MR Contrast Agents and fMRI||
|Molecular Imaging of the Heart||Albert Sinusas, MD||Available On-Demand|
|Optical Imaging, Techniques and Agents||Eva Sevick, PhD||
|Apoptosis||Chaitanya Divgi, MD||Available On-Demand|
|Angiogenesis||Shuang Liu, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Proliferation (Including Protein and DNA Synthesis, Amino Acids)||David Mankoff, MD, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Reporter Genes||Lily Wu, MD, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Amyloid Imaging||Jonathan Wall, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Hypoxia||Kenneth Krohn, PhD||Available On-Demand|
|Targeted Microbubbles - Ultrasound Contrast Agents for Molecular Imaging||Alexander L Klibanov, PhD||Available On-Demand|