Michigan State University has been awarded a National Institutes of Health $6.7 million grant to build a new facility to develop new imaging agents and treatments for diseases, including cancer, that afflict both humans and large animals. “The
Going on right now is the World Molecular Imaging Conference WMIC 2021 | World Molecular Imaging Society (wmis.org), where many of our colleagues are presenting our work to hundreds of scientists around the world! To view the WMIC
The MSU Third Annual Precision Health Symposium “Precision Health to Precision Oncology” provided an opportunity for the research and clinical communities to engage in a thought-provoking, scientific experience to explore the latest research in the multidisciplinary field of
The World Molecular Imaging Conference Awards Committee gathered today to select winners of the Student Travel Stipend Award from among the submitted abstracts in anticipation of the upcoming Conference taking place October 5-8 2021. The World Molecular Imaging
Morteza Mahmoudi to present a talk titled “Sex affects the biological identity and fate of nanomedicine products” at the upcoming World Molecular Imaging Conference (WMIC) on Wednesday, October 8th, 2021. Click the link for more information.