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The Nuclear Medicine Training Program produces researchers on the cutting edge of human PET-MR imaging research, preclinical imaging and more.

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The Harvard / MGH Nuclear Medicine Training Program for Basic and Applied Research is a multidisciplinary team focused on basic and applied nuclear medicine research. Trainees will choose both a primary research advisor and a co-advisor covering a basic science discipline and a clinical outlook. Together with their co-advisors, trainees will identify a high impact area in nuclear medicine within which to concentrate their research experience. These will include simultaneous human PET-MR imaging research; preclinical imaging (SPECT-CT, PET-CT, or PET-MR) in animal models of human disease; and radiotracer/multimodal imaging agent chemistry methodology. The fellow will then define an independent research area that capitalizes on the resources at the institution and the expertise of both advisors.

This year's slots are now full.

Past Events

Fellowship Fall Symposium September 26, 2013, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location: A.A. Martinos Center, Charlestown, Mass.