Archived Group News

3/5/2014: Jasmine Oliver was selected to participate in the 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to Physiology or Medicine, in Lindau Germany from June 29th - July 4th this summer.

11/2012: The Radiomics Workshop report 2012 is available

Abstract accepted for WMIC 2012: Characterization of Multivalent Targeted Molecular Imaging Probes

Allison Cohen's abstract accepted for WMIC 2012: Discovery of Cell-Surface Markers for Molecular Imaging of Lung Cancer

Valerie Moberg's abstract accepted as oral presentation for WMIC 2012: Pharmacokinetics, Biodistribution and Tumor Specificity of a Fluorescent δ-Opioid Receptor Targeted Probe for Cancer Imaging

Abstract accepted for WMIC 2012: Intravital Imaging of Tumor Cell Uptake In Vivo using Targeted Fluorescent Probes

Abstract accepted for WMIC 2012: Development of a Near-infrared Fluorescent Melanocortin Receptor 1 Probe for Molecular Imaging of Melanoma

Oral presentation for WMIC 2012: A Toll-like Receptor 2 Targeted Imaging Probe for Fluorescence-Guided Surgery of Pancreatic Cancer

Abstract accepted for WMIC 2012: Cell-surface marker discovery for colorectal cancer

09/2011: Progress report 2008-2011 is available

07/2011: A record number of abstracts accepted for WMIC.

06/2011: Prasanta received a Young Investigators award.

02/2011: Ariosto has been promoted to Assistant Member.

02/2011: David has been promoted to Assistant Member (Assistant Prof at USF).

02/2011: Arig has been promoted to Research Scientist.

02/2011: Narges received an AACR-Susan G. Komen Scholar-in-Training Award ($1,000) for the AACR 102nd Annual Meeting 2011.

Xiaomeng's "Imaging pH and Metastasis" got accepted in NMR in Biomedicine

Heather Cornnell and Dr. Gillies receive pilot grant from Melanoma pre-SPORE

Maria accepted into graduate program at USF

Heather Cornnell attends Imaging Camp

Dr. Gillies named president elect of the SMI

WMIC attendees all-time high going to Kyoto

Narges Tafreshi and Dave Morse selected for oral presentation at WMIC