Molecular Imaging Core
The Molecular Imaging Core images animals and cells by several techniques:
- images from different modalities can be combined
A cyclotron produces radioisotopes which the Radiochemistry Laboratory uses to make radioisotopes for non-invasive Positron Emission Tomography imaging. The Radiochemistry Laboratory synthesizes established radiotracers and assists development of novel imaging agents.
The core is holding a PET Imaging Workshop in October 2014
For further information, contact Core Director, Dr. Stuart Berr, ph. 434-924-5096 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A resource description for inclusion in grants has a detailed description of the facilities in the Molecular Imaging Core