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News & Events
Oct October 08 Thu 2015
Molecular Imaging Journal Club
"Image Quality and Diagnostic Performance of a Digital PET Prototype in Patients with Oncologic Diseases: Initial Experience and Comparison with Analog PETs."
Judit Lantos, PhD
Oct October 14 Wed 2015
SCIT Quarterly Seminar
"Automated Grading of Gliomas in Digital Pathology Images"
Mehmet Ertosun, PhD
"Immune-Modulating Effects of the FDA Approved Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Ferumoxytol Inhibit Tumor Growth"
Saeid Zanganeh, PhD
Glazer Learning Center (Lucas Expansion, P083)
Oct October 15 Thu 2015
CME Radiology Grand Rounds
"Optical Imaging in the Operating Room - Present and Future"
Eben L. Rosenthal, MD
Professor, Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery)
Professor, Radiology - Nuclear Medicine
Oct October 21 Wed 2015
"Imaging, Genetics, and Imaging Genetics: Insights into Alzheimer’s Disease"
Michael Greicius, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Neurology and Neurological Sciences
3:30 - 4:30pm
BASELINE STUDY TOWN HALL MEETING
The School of Medicine hosted a Town Hall meeting on March 20, 2015 to share and discuss an exciting research endeavor called the “Baseline Study”. Baseline is a clinical research collaboration between Google Life Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, and Duke University School of Medicine to develop an integrated understanding of human health and the transition to disease. The overall goal of the Baseline Study is to develop a comprehensive understanding of health and disease state transitions for more focused preventive measures, timely and targeted preemptive interventions, and a better development of new therapeutics and diagnostics.