Neuro X is the title and theme for the May 1 symposium hosted by Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology. The event kicks off with a continental breakfast at 8 a.m. in the Owens Auditorium, between CRB I and CRB II on the Johns Hopkins University medical campus. Talks begin at 9 a.m. Posters featuring multidisciplinary research from across many Hopkins divisions and departments will be on display from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
One of this year’s speakers is Martin G. Pomper, MD, PhD.
Martin Pomper is the William R. Brody Professor of Radiology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, with a joint appointment in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Whiting School of Engineering. He received his undergraduate, graduate (organic chemistry) and medical degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His postgraduate medical training was at Johns Hopkins and included an internship (Osler Medical Service), residencies (diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine) and fellowship (neuroradiology). He is board-certified in diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine. He has been on the Radiology faculty at Johns Hopkins since 1996. He is currently the director of the Johns Hopkins Small Animal Imaging Resource and associate director of the In Vivo Cellular and Molecular Imaging Center, both funded by the National Cancer Institute to support molecular imaging research.
Dr. Pomper is director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Translational Molecular Imaging. He is co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence and the Positron Emission Tomography Center. His interests are in the development of new radiopharmaceuticals, optical probes and techniques for molecular imaging of cancer and central nervous system disease. His research group consists of chemists, physicists, molecular biologists and clinicians working together toward clinical molecular imaging. He is Editor-in-Chief of Molecular Imaging and a past President of the Society of Nuclear Medicine’s Molecular Imaging Center of Excellence. He has numerous patents related to medical imaging, many of which have been licensed, as well as several imaging agents in clinical trials.
Additional speakers will be profiled in the next few weeks. To register your poster and for more details visit http://inbt.jhu.edu/news/symposium/
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