Welcome to the Center For Magnetic Resonance And Optical Imaging
The CMROI is dedicated to the development and application of innovative, novel magnetic resonance and optical imaging techniques. The facility’s core sections provide research and computing resources for numerous user, collaborative, and training projects.
The focus of this resource is on developing instrumentation, methodologies, and data analysis techniques for the quantitative assessment of functional, structural, and metabolic parameters in humans with the use of multinuclear magnetic resonance, novel spectral, perfusion, functional, and optical imaging techniques.
PET Neuroreceptor Brain Imaging
September 13th, 2016 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in Donner Auditorium (Donner Basement)
Jacob Dubroff, MD, PHD, Modality Chief Nuclear Medicine, Assistant Professor of Radiology, HUP
In a commitment to assist our clinicians with MOC requirements and improving the interactivity of Grand Rounds, we will include SAMs (Self-Assessment Modules) in some of sessions. If you do not already have a Poll Everywhere account you must register to participate. Register here.
Radiology During the Nazi Era and the Shadow it Casts on Medicine
September 9th, 2016 11am to 12pm, Hurst conference room, 1st floor Dulles
Matthew A. Fox, MD, MHA, Research Associate, Medical Ethics Center, Ben Gurion University, Bersheva, Israel