Dr. Keith Johnson is on the Web of Science Group’s annual list of Highly Cited Researchers. To be on the list researchers must have multiple highly-cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citation for their field.
Dr. Johnson’s Lab is working on developing preventive therapies and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Recently, they have been investigating imaging agents that can detect tau deposits in the brain related to cognitive impairment. They are exploring ways to use these imaging techniques to detect the risk of developing impairment.
Ruth Lim, M.D., received the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) New England Chapter Holman-Kaplan Memorial Lectureship and Award during the 33rd Annual SNMMI Northeast Regional Meeting that was held between November 8 and 10, 2019, in Stamford, CT. The award recognized her contributions to the SNMM New England Chapter as Councilor from […]
This story was originally published on 03/12/2019 by Rad Times, a publication of the Mass General Hospital Department of Radiology. The Edward J. Hoffman Award honors those who have made outstanding contributions to nuclear medicine research and education. The 2019 recipient is Georges El Fakhri, PhD, professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He is receiving the award for […]
This story was originally published on 03/12/2019 by Rad Times, a publication of the Mass General Hospital Department of Radiology. Ramzi El Fakhri, MBA, has become the first individual in New England to be certified in all three areas of research administration, namely research finance (CFRA), pre-award (CPRA), and general/post-award administration (CRA). There are only 11 other administrators in the US who […]
This story was originally published on 12/28/2028 by Imaging Times, a publication of the Mass General Hospital Department of Radiology. Ramzi El Fakhri, MBA, CRA, has become the first employee within Mass General and Partners HealthCare to successfully pass the Certified Financial Research Administrator (CFRA) exam. There are only 82 CFRAs in the US including six in Massachusetts. The CFRA recognizes an individual’s experience and […]
Congratulations to Dr. Jorge Sepulcre, who received the 2018 Subirana Award of the Spanish Society of Neurology in November, in Seville, Spain. The prestigious award recognizes leading scientists who made landmark contributions to research in neurology. Dr. Sepulcre is assistant professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School and Lab director at the Gordon Center for Medical […]
Dr. Zaman’s work on Harnessing Radioluminescence and Sound to Reveal Molecular Pathology of In Vivo Atherosclerotic Plaques received the Women in Molecular Imaging Network Scholar Award from the World Molecular Imaging Congress on September 2018.
Dr. Raiyan T. Zaman of the MGH Gordon Center was awarded the Science Council Session Award at the AAPM conference.