Month: January 2017

PET-Based Molecular Imaging in Personalized Oncology

Antonia Dimitrakopoulou-Strauss M.D. is Professor of Nuclear Medicine at the German Cancer Research Center. She was the guest speaker at a lecture organized by the MGH Gordon Center. Below is the presentation summary. Molecular imaging techniques allow a better staging as well as an individualization and optimization of therapy in oncological patients. The availability of […]

Personalization of Nanotherapeutics Delivery

Dr. Anne van de Ven is a Research Assistant Professor at Northeastern University. She was the guest speaker at a lecture organized by the MGH Gordon Center. Below is the presentation summary. Intravital microscopy allows the visualization of nanoparticle transport across a sequence of multi-scale physical barriers. Data collected using this approach can be used to […]

Post-Translational Modifications and Age-Related Diseases

Dr. Tae Ho Lee is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He was the guest speaker at a lecture organized by the MGH Gordon Center. Below is his presentation summary. Phosphorylation of proteins is one of the most important post-translational modifications (PTMs) and a key signaling mechanism in diverse physiological and pathological processes. Its deregulation contributes […]