The Translational and Molecular Imaging Institute (TMII) is pleased to provide a recap of the 8th Annual TMII Symposium.
We applaud all the fantastic talks by the invited speakers, oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts and poster presenters. In case you missed it, we would like to announce the winners of the best poster from each section:
- Cancer/Body: Stefanie Hectors “MRI Texture Features as Predictors of Histopathologic and Genomic Characteristics of Hepatocellular Carcinoma”
- Cardivascular: Christopher Faries “Quantification of endothelial permeability in the mouse aortic root with 3D self-gated T1 mapping: disease progression and treatment with statins”
- Nanomedicine: Mandy van Leent “mTOR-S6K1 signaling regulates macrophage metabolism and proliferation in atherosclerosis”
- Neuroimaging: Laurel Morris “Enhanced signal power with high field MRI improves power for detection of signal in small midbrain and subcortical structures relevant for psychiatric research”
You can find the program for the symposium and for the Windows to Our Body Art Exhibition at the same link https://tmii.mssm.edu/tmii2018/.
Please visit the Windows to Our Body Art Exhibition at The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller (215 E99th St.). The gallery has extended the exhibition to May 30th.
To view pictures of the symposium and the welcome reception visit https://tmii.mssm.edu/tmii2018/. TMII expects to be posting videos of the talks soon.