This seminar series is sponsored by the Applied Physics & Physics Departments
and the Ginzton Laboratory
AP 483 Optics and Electronics Seminar (Prof. Khuri-Yakub, Organizer)
AMO Sub-Series (Prof. Jason Hogan, Organizer) - 1st Monday Monthly
Mondays 4:15 PM -- Spilker 232
Apr 03, 2017 -- AMO Subseries Talk
Thomas Juffmann, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, ENS, Paris
Multi-Pass Microscopy - Approaching Heisenberg Limited Sensitivity in Optical and Electron Mircoscopy
Apr 10, 2017
Dr. Mehdi Moradi, IBM, Almaden Research Center
Bringing Medical Imaging Into the Era of Big Data
Apr 17, 2017
Prof. James Greenleaf, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
Measurement of Viscoelasticity with Ultrasound
Apr 24, 2017
Prof. Stephen Baccus, Department of Neurobiology, Stanford University
May 01, 2017 -- AMO Subseries Talk
Ehud Altman, UC Berkeley
Title TBD - http://amo.stanford.edu/events/
May 08, 2017
Prof. Kathy Ferrara, Department of Biomedical Engineering, UC Davis
Image-Guided Nanodelivery: Current and Developing Technologies
May 15, 2017
Prof. Kim Butts Pauly, Depts of Radiology, Bioengineering, and Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Transcranial Magnetic Resonance Guided Focused Ultrasound
May 22, 2017
Prof. Amin Arbabian, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
On the Relationship Between Nyquist Rate and Healthcare: Silicon Systems to Close the Sub-Sampling Gap in Healthe Screening and Monitoring
May 29, 2017 - Memorial Day Holiday - No Talk
Jun 05, 2017 -- AMO Subseries Talk
Christian Gross, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
Title TBD - http://amo.stanford.edu/events/
**follow link for abstract
|Nov 9, 2016||Lucas P083||Kathy Ferrara||60 min||*Image-Guided Therapy: Nanodelivery, Ablation, Immunotherapy and Transfection|
|Jan 25, 2017||LKS 120||Chunlei Liu||60 min||*Imaging Magnetism: A Window to Tissue Molecular and Microstructural Composition|
|Feb 15, 2017||LKS 120||Gordon Wetzstein||60 min||*Computational Imaging|
|June 21, 2017||LKS 130||Wendy DeMartini||60 min||Breast Imaging|
*Click on link to view recording
Featured Training Opportunities 2017
Cardiovascular Imaging Postdoctoral Fellowship Training (CVIS)
The program is designed to train the next generation of CV imaging investigators by exposing them to three complementary areas – clinical, engineering, and molecular imaging.The two-year training program supports fellows with an MD and/or PhD background.
ANTICIPATED START DATE: August 1, 2017
The Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Training Program
The BMI training program encompasses bioinformatics, clinical informatics, and public health informatics.
Training in Biomedical Imaging Instrumentation (TBI2)
The Training in Biomedical Imaging Instrumentation Training Grant program (TBI2) is designed to to train the next generation of researchers in and inventors of biomedical imaging technology through funding from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB).
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 10, 2017
Stanford Molecular Imaging Scholars (SMIS)
The goals of SMIS are to train postdoctoral fellows through a diverse group of over 40 basic science and clinical faculty mentors representing 8 program areas, incorporating formal courses in molecular imaging, molecular pharmacology, cancer biology, cancer immunology, virology, and gene therapy, with a clinical component including hematology/oncology rounds.
1. Candidate must have a PhD or MD degree
2. Candidate must be either a US citizen, a non-citizen national, or must have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence and possess an Alien Registration Card (1-151 or 1-551) or some other verification of legal admission as a permanent resident.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: TBA
The Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS) was established as an inter-disciplinary program to bring together scientists and physicians who share a common interest in developing and using state-of-the-art imaging technology and developing molecular imaging assays for studying intact biological systems. Areas of active investigation are cancer research, microbiology/immunology, developmental biology and pharmacology.
The Stanford Cancer Imaging Training (SCIT) Program
The Stanford Cancer Imaging Training (SCIT) Program, funded by the National Cancer Institute, aims to train the next generation of researchers in the development and clinical application of advanced techniques for cancer imaging. This two-year Training Program accepts only US citizens or permanent residents and will help develop a US workforce to make progress in the battle against cancer.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open. More information: https://radtrainingapp.stanford.edu/