Translation BioImaging Center Small Animal Imaging Seminar

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Tuesday 04/21/2015

Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium Translational BioImaging Center is hosting a Small Animal Imaging Seminar. This Small Animal Imaging symposium is for investigators who either are currently using imaging or who are interested in potential ways of utilizing imaging for their research projects. Description of optical, ultrasound, MRI and PET/CT imaging resources and potential uses of each of these imaging technologies will be presented. In addition, information on how to get started using small animal imaging resources and the process and support available to conduct inter-institutional (UW and Fred Hutch) studies will be presented.

Friday, May 15th, 2015
8:30am – 12pm
SZE East, D1-084

Refreshments will be served!

In vivo imaging biomarkers have become indispensable biomarkers in cancer research. Imaging can provide pathophysiological findings of cancers, evaluate potential therapeutic targets and its alterations, monitor disease progressions, help cancer drug and therapeutic developments through preclinical studies, proof-of-concept studies and translational studies in human subjects, and eventually diagnostic information in human subjects.

If you have any questions regarding the Small Animal Imaging seminar, please contact Laura Grant at grantl2@uw.edu

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