from 01:00 PM to 03:00 PM
The coming animal imaging seminar will be focusing on optical imaging. We will have Dr. Jeff Peterson from R&D in PerkinElmer to talk about the new developments on optical imaging including animal models, instruments, and imaging probes. Dr. Peterson is the Director of biology R&D in PerkinElmer and has been directly involved in the development of several novel imaging agents, such as NIR probes for inflammation, tumor angiogenesis, hypoxia, etc.
We will be also holding a user group discussion after the seminar. Anyone who has interests in optical imaging or has questions regarding imaging instrument or agents are welcome to attend the discussion.
Below is the detailed seminar information:
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 26th, 2013
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
Location: Bioinformatics Building Auditorium, Room 1131
User Group discussion
Time: 2:00-3:00 PM
Location: BRIC conference, Medical research D building (BRIC facility building)
Seminar Title: Optical Imaging: Research in Preclinical Models of Cancer, Inflammation, and Toxicology
Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey D. Peterson, Director of Applied Biology and Biology R&D
LST Center for Personalized Health & Innovation, PerkinElmer Inc.
-Model Development and Characterization
Considerations for successful in vivo imaging studies
Sharing Methods of Success
-IVIS Application Update
Imaging biomarkers of disease.
Multiplex 2D & 3D Imaging Advances
-FMT Application Update
Oncology, angiogenesis, inflammation, kinetic imaging
-Agents and Applications
Imaging disease physiology, vascular permeability & angiogenesis.
Agents in cancer, inflammation, and toxicology