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Gordon Lecture: Radiopharmaceutical Therapy: History, Current Status and Future Potential

06/04/2019

Bennett S. Greenspan, M.D., M.S. received his M.D. degree from the University of Illinois in Chicago. He completed residencies in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine and is certified in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Radiology by the ABR and in Nuclear Medicine by the ABNM. He received the M.S. degree in medical physics from UCLA. Dr. ...

Gordon Lecture: Preoperative and Intraoperative Localization for Pulmonary nodule

Dr. Hyun Koo Kim is Professor and Chief of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at the Korea University Guro Hospital in Seoul, Korea. He earned his medical degree from Korea University College of Medicine in Seoul Korea in 1996. He finished a Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery residency in 2001 and afterwards completed a fellowship in the ...

Gordon Lecture: Advanced MRIs in CNS

05/20/2019

Dr. Meiyun Wang is a neuroradiologist, Professor and Chair of the Medical Imaging Center of Henan Province and Chair of the Department of Radiology of Henan Provincial People’s Hospital. She received her M.D. from Southeast University in 1995, a PhD from Capital University of Medical Sciences in 2005, and then worked as a post-doctoral research ...

Gordon Lecture Series: Learning reconstruction and analysis for medical imaging

05/13/2019

Dr. Shanshan Wang is an associate professor at Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She received her dual Ph.D degree from the University of Sydney and Shanghai Jiaotong University respectively in information technologies and biomedical engineering. Dr. Wang was a finalist for the Australian John Makepeace Bennett Best Thesis Award and won ...

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Gordon Lecture: Activatable Molecular Probes for Optical Imaging

05/06/2019

Dr. Ick Chan Kwon is a Presidential Scholar at KIST-DFCI On-Site-Lab in Department of Cancer Biology, Dana Farber Cancer Institute Boston. He is a Tenured Principal Research Scientist of Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST). He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in College of Engineering at Seoul National University and his Ph. D. ...

Sepulcre article in Nature Medicine

05/05/2019

Dr. Jorge Sepulcre, an Assistant Professor of Radiology at HMS and Assistant in Neuroscience at the MGH Gordon Center, leads a lab that focuses on brain imaging studies aimed at the understanding of large-scale brain networks implicated in human cognition and neurodegenerative disorders. His article titled “Neurogenetic contributions to amyloid beta and tau spreading in the human ...

Gordon Lecture Series: Identify External Funding Opportunities with Pivot

04/22/2019

The facilitator, Amy Robb is Associate Director for Prospect Research and Funding Opportunities in the Office of Development. Ms. Robb holds a master’s in library and information science from UIUC and a graduate certificate in women’s studies from the George Washington University. Below is a summary of her presentation. In this seminar, Ms. Robb taught ...

Dr. Georges El Fakhri Earns Edward J. Hoffman Award

04/04/2019

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 ...

Gordon Lecture: Chemogenetics and Biobehavioral Imaging Integration Using PET

04/01/2019

Dr. Juan Gomez is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in Baltimore, Maryland. At NIDA, Dr. Gomez helped design and set up a new laboratory space integrating PET imaging and behavioral neuroscience modalities. His doctoral research was conducted with Dr. Victoria Luine at Hunter College, where he studied interactions between ...

Gordon Lecture: Development of High Resolution PET Scanners with Depth Encoding Detectors

03/29/2019

Prof. Yongfeng Yang got his Ph.D from Kyushu University, Japan in 2001. From 2002-2014 he worked at Prof. Simon Cherry’s lab at Department of Biomedical Engineering, UC Davis as postdoctoral fellow and project scientist. He has been a professor at Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences since 2015. His research interests focus ...