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Preclinical Imaging Workshop: Multiple Modality Imaging in Translational Research

The workshop is organized to give an overview on using non-invasive small animal imaging for in vivo biomedical applications. The topics cover the theoretical background for the imaging modalities that are available at PIF, data analysis and potential applications in oncology, neurology, cardiology and stem cell research etc. Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, senior researchers, and scientific laboratory professionals, individuals with experience in small animal imaging as well as beginners are welcome. 

Preclinical Imaging Workshop KI 27 28 March Invitation.pdf (pdf 379 kB)

Free of entrance. Please contact Dr. Ying Zhao at or Prof. Moustapha Hassan at if you would like to attend. 


  •  Bioluminescence imaging 
  •  Fluorescence imaging 
  •  CT 
  •  Ultrasound 
  •  Photoacoustic imaging 
  •  MRI 
  •  PET 
  •  Multimodality imaging 
  •  Imaging probes 
  •  Data analysis 
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Last changed: May 19, 2017