Welcome to the Penn Image-Guided Interventions (PIGI) Lab
The Penn Image-Guided Interventions Lab is part of the Departments of Radiology and Cancer Biology in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The interests of our laboratory focus on translational research for the development of novel imaging approaches and advanced therapeutics in interventional radiology. Emphasizing a team science approach focusing on the convergence of image-guided interventions, cancer/vascular biology and molecular imaging, our research is motivated by clinical deficiencies and seeks to go from bedside-to-bench and back again to further diagnosis and treatment.
Nick Perkons awarded 2020 Pendergrass Summa Cum Laude Abstract, 2020 eSIR Best Poster Award, and Abramson Center Research Prize
Alexey Gurevich awarded SIR Dr. Constantine Cope and RSNA Medical Student Awards as well as SIR Pilot Research Grant
Nick Perkons awarded SIR Allied Scientist Grant and named SIR Medical Student Scholar
Congratulations to the PIGI Lab with papers recently accepted to Hepatology, JVIR, and Scientific Reports