Dr Anna WU Co- director of the center for theranostics Studies and professor of the department of Radiation of Oncology has won the WMIS Gold Medal for 2022.
Brian Zeglis an associate professor from Hunter College received the Roger Tsien award for his contributions to the field of MI for the creation and use of novel chemistries to probe biological systems using noninvasive imaging approaches.
Alexia Kirby is a PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa in Canada. Her PI is Prof. Adam Shuhendler. She has won the Young Investigator of the Year Award for her abstract “Mapping Concussion for Early Diagnosis by Molecular MRI.”
To view the full talks given by our award winners, check out the WMIC 2022 Awards page for the full videos.
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