Molecular Neuroimaging Symposium 2010 Presentations
Molecular Neuroimaging Symposium Program and Presentations
May 6-7, 2010
National Institutes of Health
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Program co-chairs: Michelle Bradbury, MD, PhD (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) and Dima Hammoud, MD (Clinical Center, NIH)
Session 1: Molecular Imaging Techniques: Intraoperative and preclinical imaging applications
Session 2: Nanotechnology for CNS diagnostics/therapeutics
Session 3: Overcoming the blood–brain barrier: Imaging agent delivery to the CNS
Session 4: Stem Cell Therapeutics and Adoptive Immunotherapies of Brain Tumors
- MR-based nanoprobes for mapping in vivo cell fate
Thomas J. Meade, PhD (Northwestern University)
- Role of Therapeutic and diagnostic Stem Cells in Neuro-oncology
Khalid Shah, PhD (Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University)
- Molecular imaging of therapeutic cells: Pre-clinical and clinical studies
Shahriar Yaghoubi, PhD (Stanford University)
- Keynote Speech: Translating metabolic assays into molecular imaging diagnostics
Michael Phelps, PhD (University of California, Los Angeles)
Session 5: Molecular Imaging Advances in the Evaluation of Primary Brain Tumors
Session 6: Imaging biomarkers for Detection and Monitoring Progression of Neurodegenerative Disorders/Dementia
Session 7: Psychiatric/Neurobehavioral Research