Fifty years after the installation of the first cyclotron at MGH, the Gordon Center perpetuates the PET imaging research tradition of the hospital with the support of two generations of researchers including some of the earliest pioneers who are still working at our center.
Dr. Xiying Qu won the MGH Annual Research Fellows Poster Celebration Award for her poster titled “Combination of mesothelin-targeted immune-activating fusion protein and anti-PD-L1 augments antitumor immunity and prolongs survival in murine model of ovarian cancer.” View Poster The Annual Research Fellow Poster Celebration showcases the research accomplishments of MGH Research Fellows. This year’s celebration […]
Alex Whittington, PhD, is a Neuro-PET R&D scientist at Invicro LLC. His research focuses on using mathematical modelling of PET data to better understand amyloid and tau accumulation in neurodegenerative diseases. He was the guest speaker at a lecture organized by the MGH Gordon Center. Below is the presentation summary provided through the courtesy of […]