Gulf Coast Cluster for Translational Imaging
Our goals for the Translational Imaging cluster are to expand our scope beyond MRI and also include other in vivo imaging modalities including but not limited to PET, CT, optical imaging and ultrasound. Additionally, to comprehensively address imaging science as a holistic discipline, we will expand the scope to include chemists and nanotechnologists who synthesize imaging agents, researchers with expertise in image processing and representation and feedback from clinicians. We will unite our unique and complementary expertise to not only bolster imaging research with the GCC affiliated institutions but also make some of these novel imaging advances available to PIs whose research could truly benefit from using imaging as a tool. We will actively promote interdisciplinary and inter-institutional research and instrumentation grants that leverage existing strengths and create new opportunities for researchers at GCC institutions.
Computational Radiology: A New Frontier in Integrated Medicine with Radiomics, Machine and Deep Learning, Monday, August 26, 2019
12:00 Noon, MSB 2.135
Please join us on Monday, August 26, 2019 at 12 Noon for a lecture to be given by Michael Jacobs, PhD. Dr. Jacobs is a Professor of Radiology and Oncology at John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science.
1st Annual GCC Translational Imaging Symposium, October 22, 2019
Confirmed speakers include Alan Koretsky, NINDS; Janet Eary, NCI Cancer Imaging Program; Angelique Louie, UC Davis; John Gore, Vanderbilt University; John Hazle, MDA; Mostafa Waleed Gaber, BCM; Masoud Motamedi, UTMB; Refaat Gabr, UTHealth; Jim Bankson, MDA; Robia Pautler, BCM; Ponnada Narayana; UTHealth, Omid Veiseh, Rice; and Badri Roysam, UH. Conference Website