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February 2015


Event detail

Title: TUM Bioengineering Lecture Series
Start date: February 17
Start time: 05:00 pm
End time: 07:00 pm

Molecular Neuroimaging with Bioengineering Probes

February 17, 2015 I 05.00-07.00pm
Klinikum rechts der Isar I Lecture Hall B

Molecular imaging offers great promise for noninvasive detection of molecular and cellular phenomena in theliving brain. Molecular imaging capabilities are greatly expanded by the use of bioengineered probes, whichprovide highly specific functionality for targeting and sensing molecules of biological interest.Here I describe efforts to dynamically map chemical processes in the brain for the first time using designerprotein-based MRI contrast agents. I also discuss bioengineering strategies for creating genetically encoded molecular imaging probes, as well as a new imaging concept in which the biology of the brain itself isengineered to report with high sensitivity on molecular-level events.

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