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Imaging Technology Fairs

Past Medical Imaging Technology Fairs

Tayyaba Hasan

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

2019 Medical Imaging Technology Fair

Tayyaba Hasan, Ph.D. Professor of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School

Dr. Hasan's scientific efforts are focused on photochemistry-based approaches (photodynamic therapy, or PDT) for treatment and diagnosis of disease. The overall strategy is to develop molecular mechanisms and optical imaging-based combination treatment regimens where one treatment arm involves light activation of certain near-infrared-absorbing chemicals. This program identifies various cellular and molecular targets for specific diseases and designs constructs for optimal photochemical treatment effects. The targeting entities include photoactivatable nanoparticles and small molecules. A poster session and reception will follow Dr. Hasan's lecture.
Matthew O’Donnell

Thursday, January 11, 2018

2017-18 Medical Imaging Technology Fair

Poster session hosted by the Medical Imaging Training Program and the Center for in Vivo Microscopy.
Kim Butts-Pauly

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

2016 Medical Imaging Technology Fair

The 2016 Imaging Technology Fair, which was co-sponsored with the Center for In Vivo Microscopy, included a talk by Visionary Seminar speaker, Dr. Kim Butts-Pauly, Professor of Radiology at Stanford University. Dr. Butts-Pauly's current research includes MRI-guided focused ultrasound in applications ranging from cancer treatment to functional disorders.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

2015 Medical Imaging Technology Fair

The 2015 Imaging Technology Fair was co-sponsored with the Center for In Vivo Microscopy and opened with a lecture by Visionary Seminar speaker, Bill Walker, Ph.D. Dr. Walker is Founder and CTO of HemoSonics and holds a position as Adjunct Professor in Duke's Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

2014 Medical Imaging Technology Fair

The 2014 Imaging Technology Fair highlighted the exciting contributions of some of our younger faculty, and informed the basic and clinical science communities about the extraordinary imaging resources available at Duke. A poster session showcasing top-notch research being conducted by Duke graduate students and post-docs followed the lectures. The reception included an award ceremony for best posters.