Two Gordon Center students and a post-doctoral fellow have been recognized for their excellent work on recent conference abstracts.
Ruth Lim, MD, of the Divisions of Pediatric Radiology and Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging and Medical Director of the Gordon Center for Medical Imaging, has been elected chair of the American Board of Nuclear Medicine (ABNM)
Georges El Fakhri, PhD, DABR, director of the Gordon Center for Medical Imaging, was inducted as Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE) for outstanding contributions to molecular imaging technology and its clinical applications. IAMBE fellows are recognized by the Academy for their outstanding contributions to the profession of medical and biomedical […]
Dr. Zaman was chosen as an award winner for the 2020 Rising Star Award from the WIMIN interest group at the World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC). The award recognizes the contributions of exceptional early career women scientists who are demonstrating outstanding potential for contributions to the field of molecular imaging. Dr. Zaman delivered a talk at the […]
Drs. Moses Wilks and Dennis Wu were nominated for Top Poster Awards at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) 2020 annual meeting. Dr. Wilks’s poster was a finalist in the “Oncology: Basic, Translational & Therapy Track” and presented “Nanoparticle-Based PET Imaging of T-cell Trafficking in Immuno-Competent Murine Tumor Models”. Below is a […]
The MGH Center for Faculty Development presented Dr. Raiyan T. Zaman of the MGH Gordon Center with the Anne Klibanski Visiting Scholars Award. This award provides an opportunity to serve as “virtual” Visiting Professor to give Grand Rounds at a national or international institution, organized by the Center for Faculty Development. The award is presented to women […]
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the induction of Georges El Fakhri, Ph.D., DABR, Director of the Gordon Center for Medical Imaging, to its College of Fellows
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.