We are pleased to announce that several of our esteemed researchers at the Gordon Center will be presenting their work and showcasing posters at the upcoming SNMMI Annual meeting. Take a look at the list of presentations below: Junfeng Wang Oral presentation SuFEx click chemistry enabled mild [18F]trifluoromethylation of aryl iodide for PET imagingSession Title: […]
The members of the Brugarolas lab have recently published their research on the biodistribution and dosimetry for a demyelination tracer in the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
Two Gordon Center researchers, Heidi Jacobs, assistant professor of radiology, and Keith Johnson, professor of radiology, received awards at the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.
List of Gordon Center SNMMI Annual Meeting 2022 presentations
Thrall Innovation grants are awarded each year to help clinical radiologists to hire a student/coordinator to help them with their research and to provide an opportunity for mentoring. Assistant Professor Junfeng Wang and Instructor Xiang Li were two of three research faculty awarded these grants.
The annual Mass General Research Institute (MGRI) image awards designated a photo of the Gordon Center PET core technologists as a runner up in the Humans of MGRI category. This image shows Gordon Center Techs in new GE Discovery MI scanner. This was when research started to get back to “normal” post lockdown. Nicole DaSilva […]
Dr. Kuang Gong has received the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Science Society 2021 Bruce H. Hasegawa Young Investigator in Medical Imaging Science Award.
The award is for contributions to machine learning-based PET imaging reconstruction, image denoising and attenuation correction as well as advanced PET point-spread function modeling and novel PET system design.
In vivo and neuropathology data support locus coeruleus integrity as indicator of Alzheimer’s disease pathology and cognitive decline
Publication in Science Translational Medicine: “In vivo and neuropathology data support locus coeruleus integrity as indicator of Alzheimer’s disease pathology and cognitive decline”