MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

Bioengineering/Radiology 222A - Fall 2009
Multi-modality Molecular Imaging in Living Subjects

Course Syllabus

CLASSES: Mondays & Fridays 9-10:50 AM, Clark Center S361

Week Monday Instructor Friday Instructor
1 9/21 Molecular Biology for Imaging
C. Contag
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9/25 Optics (physics): Tissue optics
E. Graves
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2 9/28 Fluorescence Imaging Methods (hardware, 2D imaging, 3D imaging)
E. Graves
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10/2 Bioluminescence Imaging Methods (hardware, 2D imaging, 3D imaging)
E. Graves
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3 10/5 Basic Physics of Radionuclides
C. Levin
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10/9 Tomographic Image Reconstruction
C. Levin
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Very good introduction to image reconstruction: Principles of Computerized Tomographic Imaging
4 10/12 Gamma Ray Cameras and Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT)
C. Levin
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10/16 Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and PET/CT
C. Levin
Lecture notes: Cardiovascular MRI
5 10/19 Neuroimaging by MR
M. Moseley
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10/23 MR for Molecular Imaging
M. Moseley
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6 10/26 MR for Cardiac Imaging
M. McConnell
Lecture notes: CV MRI
Lecture notes: Targeted CV Contrast Agents
10/30 High Field MRI (7T and Higher)
B Rutt
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7 11/2 Imaging of Apoptosis
F. Blankenberg
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11/6 Image Guided Intervention
L. Xing
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8 11/9 Application of Molecular Imaging in Stem Cell Imaging
J. Wu
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11/13 HFU Ablation
K. Butts Pauly
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9 11/16 Advances in Biochemistry
J. Rao
11/20 Molecular Imaging in Humans
S. Gambhir
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Thanksgiving recess (11/23-11/27). No class.
10 11/30 Next Generation of Instrumentation
C. Levin
12/4 Highlights of Biology for Molecular Imaging
C. Contag
FINAL WEEK - 12/7-12/11, 2009
11 TBD Tours of Small Animal Imaging Facility and Radiation Oncology Clinic - T. Doyle, L. Xing

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