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Biomedical imaging at SUND-SDU/OUH: Ongoing translational and clinical research

When: Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 14:00 - 16:30
Where: Emil Aarestrup auditorium, OUH

The focus of the symposium is on presenting some of the ongoing translational and clinical bioimaging Research at SUND-SDU and OUH and potential possibilities for collaborations.  

If you wish to participate please reply to this mail (lsr(at)sdu.dk) before the deadline, Oct. 20th.

Location: Emil Aarestrup autorium, OUH see the map here and the building plan here

Time

Presenter

Title

14:00-14:10

Henrik Ditzel Professor, consultant, IMM - Dept of Cancer and Inflammation Research and Dept. of Oncology, OUH

Welcome

14:10-14:30

Maria Bloksgaard Associate Professor, IMM - Department of Cardiovascular and Renal Research, SDU

Imaging of microstructural changes in relation to the mechanical properties of the human microvasculature

14:30-14:50

Per Svenningsen Assistant Professor, IMM - Department of Cardiovascular and Renal Research, SDU

Antibody-guidedin situ biotinylation

14:50-15:10

Mikkel G. Terp Assistant Professor, IMM - Department of Cancer and Inflammation Research

Caught in the act: Live imaging of cancer development in living mice

15:10-15:30

Henrik Daa Schrøder, Professor, consultant, Dept. of Clinical Pathology, OUH

Identification of CD10+ endomysial cells using IHC double staining, EM and immuno-EM

15:30-15:50

Jonathan R. Brewer, Associate Professor, Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, NAT

DaMBIC at Natural Science, SDU: Which unique bioimaging techniques do we have available

15:50-16:10

Malene Grubbe Hildebrandt,

consultant, Dept. of Nuclear Medicine, OUH

Molecular imaging for diagnosis and response monitoring in metastatic breast cancer

16:10-16:30

Faisal Mahmood, Associate Professor, Dept. of Oncology, OUH

The promise of diffusion molecular imaging in radiotherapy

16:30-16:35

Henrik Ditzel

Conclusions

 

 


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