- An overview of imaging modalities and their application in clinical/translational cancer research.
|A course series to help C/T researchers utilize imaging technology.||Advanced Imaging for Clinical/Translational Researchers|
Are you interested in using imaging as a tool to unlock questions in your oncology research? Do you need an overview of the different preclinical and clinical imaging modalities available? Would you like the opportunity to network with imaging experts in the Harvard community? If yes, we invite you to participate in this new and exciting course.
This three-day course offers an overview of the utility of imaging in research in its application to oncology. Participants will have the opportunity to consider how they might use imaging in their own preclinical or clinical research. The specific goals of this course are to:
The course will consist of didactic lectures and interactive components based on the following topics:
Course Schedule [PDF]
*Harvard Catalyst's Postgraduate Education Program offers first priority to applicants who are current Harvard students, faculty, or current employees of Harvard University, its ten schools, and its seventeen Academic Healthcare Centers (AHC), or students at Boston College School of Nursing, MIT, or Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. A complete list of participating institutions can be found on the About Harvard Catalyst page. External applicants not affiliated with the National CTSA Consortium are accepted for a fee when space is available. For additional details, please contact the course/program's designated Postgraduate Education Program developer.