Affiliation(s): Indiana Genomics Initiative (INGEN), IU School of Medicine
Gary D. Hutchins, Ph D.
Imaging of tissue biochemistry, physiology, and anatomy provided by the Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS).
- Identification and development of tracers and/or contrast agents to monitor gene expression, cellular physiology and molecular interactions
- Development of novel in vitro and in vivo imaging methodologies for the study of cellular and molecular processes
- Assist clinical and pre-clinical investigators and coordinators with all aspects of biomedical imaging required for clinical trials
- Provide training & experience in structural, functional and molecular neuroimaging
- Advance state-of-the-art in clinical care for brain disorders including neurosurgical planning and image-guided therapy
- Provide state-of-the-art imaging technologies to investigators in the Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS)
- Application of developments to study animal and human subjects for neuroscience, cancer, and cardiovascular disease
- Develop, assess, and validate emerging technologies for neuroimaging, cancer imaging, and cardiovascular imaging applications
pet, positron emission tomography, ct, computed tomography, bioluminescence imaging, in vivo imaging, biomedical imaging, mri, magnetic resonance imaging, spectroscopy, pre-clinical imaging, small animal imaging, radiochemistry, radiotracers, imaging contrast agents, fluorine-18, carbon-11, oxygen-15, nitrogen-13, neuroimaging, cancer, cardiovascular, fmri
Mark Holland, PhD
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