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ISMRM Workshop on MRI-Based Cell Tracking

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ISMRM Workshop on MRI-Based Cell Tracking

Time: January 29, 2012 to February 1, 2012
Location: Miami Beach Resort
Street: 4833 Collins Avenue
City/Town: Miami Beach, Florida (FL) 33140
Website or Map: http://www.miamibeachresortan…
Phone: (866) 765-9090
Event Type: radiology
Organized By: International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Latest Activity: Jan 16, 2012

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ISMRM Workshop on MRI-Based Cell Tracking
Sunday, January 29, 2012 - Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Miami Beach Resort
Miami Beach, Florida (FL), United States
Provided by International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

CME Provider:
International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Melisa Martinez - Meetings Coordinator
2030 Addison Street
Suite 700
Berkeley, California (CA) 94704
United States

Phone: (510) 841-1899
Fax: (510) 841-2340

Conference Center:
Miami Beach Resort
4833 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida (FL) 33140
United States

Phone: (866) 765-9090

MRI-based cell tracking is one of the most exciting and broadly impacting disciplines within radiology. Major advances in nanoparticle technology, coupled with advances in MRI technology, have yielded enhanced detection capabilities with sensitivity of individual cells in vivo. Novel probes and molecular biology provide the opportunity to monitor cell function and gene expression in vivo. Clinically important paradigms, such as stem cell transplantation, inflammation, cancer and regenerative medicine have benefited immensely from established protocols for using MRI-based cell tracking. Furthermore, a wealth of information has been garnered in basic sciences; in neuroscience, immunology and development, owing to MRI-based cell tracking.

Recently, MRI-based cell tracking has graduated from use as a research tool to clinical applications. While there have been only a few studies in humans, this progress is encouraging. This workshop is intended to bring together experts in nanoparticle technology, MRI and molecular and cell biology with biologists, biomedical engineers and physicians in an effort to share information across disciplines and accelerate the translation of MRI-based cell tracking to clinical settings.

Self Assessment Module (SAM): No

Erik M. Shapiro, Ph.D.

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