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  • MI-601

    Advanced Imaging Techniques

    This course will cover advanced techniques including positron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), micro computed tomography (micro-CT), optical imaging (fluorescence and bioluminescence), and magnetic particle imaging (MPI).
  • MI-605

    Preclinical Imaging Research

    This course provides an overview of the techniques that can be used for preclinical imaging studies targeted towards pharmacology and the pharmaceutical industry, including the theory of small animal handling, anesthesia issues, and ethical issues.
  • MI-630

    MIT Seminar:Topics I

    This course is designed as a lecture series from recognized subject experts in the field of Molecular Imaging and Therapeu - tics. The course will take place in con - junction with the SNMMI Annual Meeting, with requirements of interacting with the field experts virtually or in attendance at the annual meeting
  • MI-650

    Patho.Across Radio.Modalities

    An expanded range of diseases and conditions, which serves as indicators for ordering radiology examinations, will be covered in a variety of imaging modalities. Emphasis will be placed on the etiology, image appearances and prognosis associated with the diseases, conditions and pathologies covered in this course. A minimum of three case studies will be assigned for which the student will perform research, interview ordering physicians and radiologists, and present in class.