Training and Education
In order to train the next generation of postdoctoral researchers and students and help them foster their academic career, the Gordon Center offers a wide variety of seminars, courses and education programs. More information about each topic can be found in the links below.
Videotaped lectures are part of the Gordon Center effort to inspire the public and the scientific community about the latest research topics in medical imaging. More information about each lecture can be found in the links. The lectures are arranged
in alphabetical order of title.
The Gordon Center offers a wide variety of seminars, courses and education programs. More information about our courses can be found on this page.
Postgraduate Training Program in Medical Imaging (PTPMI) provides research training in medical imaging, as currently applied to disciplines such as nuclear medicine (PET and SPECT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT).
Seminars include Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Friday Seminar Series; Harvard Medical School Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine Research Seminars; Molecular Imaging Physics and Instrumentation Journal Club;
Clinical Nuclear Medicine Conference;
Clinical Abdominal PET/CT/MR Conference;
Joint BWH/MGH Physics Seminar series;
Medical Imaging Sciences and Applications HST.565; Tue-Thu 4:30-6:00; Room 56-162 Course Director: Georges El Fakhri, PhD 2016 Course Associate Directors: Moses Wilks, PhD & Alvin Ihsani, PhD Video lectures: Course Associate Director: Marc Normandin, PhD Faculty: Nathaniel Alpert, PhD, Quanzheng Li, PhD, Jinsong Ouyang, PhD, Ruth Lim, MD TAs: Chuan Huang PhD, Junguo Bian PhD […]
These seminars are held weekly at MGH. They cover research topics in medical imaging by invited speakers followed by discussion of the theme of the talk.