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CME-Accredited ICMIC Seminar Series






Peter Barker, PhD
Professor of Radiology, JHU School of Medicine

MRSI in Human Brain Tumors: Past, Present, and Future?Rad 103
2/12/20George Sgouros, PhD
Professor of Radiology, JHU School of Medicine
Why is radiopharmaceutical therapy the best cancer therapy for metastatic cancer; how can it be made better?Rad 103
2/19/20David Scheinberg, MD, PhD*
Sloan Kettering (New York)
Identifying undruggable therapeutic targets in cancerRad 103

Hanzhang Lu, PhD
Professor of Radiology, JHU School of Medicine

Imaging brain vascular physiology with MRIRad 103
3/4/20Jeff Bulte, PhD
Professor Radiology, JHU School of Medicine
Novel CEST MRI Diagnostics and Theranostics for Enhanced Cancer Imaging and TherapyRad 103
3/11/20Kit S. Lam, M.D., Ph.D.*
Distinguished Professor and Chair
Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Medicine
Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology & Oncology
University of California, Davis
From Combinatorial Chemistry to Cancer Nanotheranostic AgentsRad 103
PostponedJ. Thomas Vaughn, PhD*
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology
Director of Magnetic Resonance Research
Columbia University
Accessible MRIRad 103

Jiefu Jin, PhD
Research Associate, Department of Radiology, Division of Cancer Imaging
JHU School of Medicine

Cancer Cell Membrane Coated Biomimetic Nanoparticles and Phototheranostics of Cancer Associated FibroblastsRad 103

Sridhar Nimmagadda, PhD
Associate Professor, JHU School of Medicine

tbdRad 103

Sudath Hapuarachchige, PhD
Instructor of Radiology
Department of Radiology, Division of Cancer Imaging
JHU School of Medicine

5D3-DM1 Antibody-Drug Conjugates in Prostate Cancer TherapyRad 103

Teresa Zimmers, PhD
H.H. Gregg Professor of Cancer Research Professor of Surgery
Indiana University School of Medicine

Mechanisms of Pancreatic Cancer CachexiaRad 103

*External speakers

See Past Seminar Series Speakers (2015-2019)

Upcoming Lunch & Learn Seminar Series

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PURPOSE: To increase interactions between Radiology faculty by learning about the ongoing research of our faculty.

Learn: Two themes every meeting with four 8 min talks

Location: Radiology 103

Lunch: Provided
12:00- 1:00 PM

Upcoming Seminars:

  • March 19- Cancer Imaging- POSTPONED
  • April 16- Nuclear Medicine- POSTPONED
  • May 21- Radiological Physics- POSTPONED
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