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班級:醫學物理暨影像科學研究所 碩士班 (英語授課)
學分:3 選修(兩年開一次; 96, 97學年度上學期起開課, 之後單數年度開課!)
時間:星期三 9:10-12:00 (三小時)
地點:長庚大學-醫學大樓  討論室(三)
作業:請同學準備英文口頭報告,內容以自己實驗題目與分子影像相關做報告!報告前請將power point寄到老師的信箱,一個人請在40分鐘內完成報告,其他同學有10分鐘時間可以提問! (Email: lin4857@adm.cgmh.org.tw)
學生: 楊惟宏 j2c-077@hotmail.com
 
PS: 請點選授課內容下載講義 (PS: 遵守智慧財產權 文件下載須登入,帳號請找小老師),last update 2011-01-21.

 

日期

授課內容

老師

1

2010-09-15 

Introduction | 講義下載 

林昆儒醫師

2

2010-09-20 

Biomarker and radiotracer

魏孝萍老師

3

2010-09-28

Receptor binding assay / Autoradiography

林昆儒醫師

4

2010-10-04 

The applications of fluorescence and bioluminescence

張祐銓醫師

5

2010-10-12 

The basics of optical technology

沈家瑞老師

6

2010-10-19 

Oral presentation

林昆儒醫師

7

2010-10-26 

The basics of tomography-based imaging 

杜書儒老師

8

2010-11-01 

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and its clinical applicaitons

王俊杰老師

9

2010-11-09 

MicroPET/SPECT instrumentation / animal handling 

林昆儒醫師

10

2010-11-16 

Molecular Image application in human studies

閻紫宸醫師

11

2010-11-23 

Imaging application for BBB opening

劉浩澧老師

12

2010-11-30 

Oral presentation

林昆儒醫師

13

2010-12-07 

Image reconstruction / PMOD application

蕭穎聰老師

14

2010-12-14 

Kinetic analysis (I) / PMOD application

蕭穎聰老師

15

2010-12-21 

Kinetic analysis (II) / PMOD application

林昆儒醫師

16

2010-12-28 

Animal PET application / Quantification analysis

林昆儒醫師

17

2011-01-04 

Multimodality study design

林昆儒醫師

18

2011-01-13 

期末考

林昆儒醫師


 
Books: (遵守智慧財產權,請自學校主機下載)
 
    Book Title  - Molecular Imaging
    DOI  - 10.1007/b138116   
    Editor  - A. A. Bogdanov, K. Licha
 

    Book Title  - Molecular Imaging I (ISSN 0171-2004)

    DOI  - 10.1007/978-3-540-72718-7   
    Editor  - Wolfhard Semmler, Markus Schwaiger

 

    Book Title  - Molecular Imaging II (ISSN 0171-2004)

    DOI  - 10.1007/978-3-540-77496-9   
    Editor  - Wolfhard Semmler, Markus Schwaiger

    Book Title  - Quantitative Analysis in Nuclear Medicine Imaging

    DOI  - 10.1007/b107410   
    Editor  - Habib Zaidi

Web sources:

  1. MRI lecture

    Laurie Hall video recorded in 1998.

    Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides a powerful means of not only distinguishing between different types of tissue but also of identifying whether the tissues are normal or diseased.  (來源 | Vega )

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  2. MIT OpenCourseWare | Health Sciences and Technology | HST.512 Genomic Medicine, Spring 2004 | Lecture Notes

    This course reviews the key genomic technologies and computational approaches that are driving advances in prognostics, diagnostics, and treatment.  
  3. MIT OpenCourseWare | Brain and Cognitive Sciences | 9.14 Brain Structure and its Origins Spring 2005 | Lecture Notes
     
    This course covers major CNS structures with emphasis on systems being used as models for experimental studies of development and plasticity. Topics include basic patterns of connections in CNS, embryogenesis, PNS anatomy and development, process outgrowth and synaptogenesis, growth factors and cell survival, spinal and hindbrain anatomy, and development of regional specificity with an introduction to comparative anatomy and CNS evolution.  
  4. Fundamentals of Molecular Imaging by American College of Radiology

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    Molecular Imaging is the new frontier in radiology. The Primer on Molecular Imaging and the lectures available on the ACR Campus introduce molecular imaging and its importance to the practice of radiology.

    The ACR established the Commission on Molecular Imaging in the fall of 2001. This initiative recognized the growing importance and long-term potential of molecular imaging methods in the clinical practice of radiology. The commission has the broad charge to undertake activities that promote molecular imaging as part of radiology practice and to promote undertakings that will help ensure that radiologists have the knowledge, information, and skills to successfully incorporate emerging molecular imaging methods in their practices.

    The potential for molecular imaging is enormous, largely on the basis of the ability to harvest scientific progress in molecular biology for use in designing novel molecular imaging pharmaceuticals. In fact, if we are now in the age of molecular medicine, molecular imaging will play a significant part in the advancement of radiology for the foreseeable future.

     
    Why Should Radiologists Learn About Molecular Imaging?
    Presenter(s): King C. Li, MD, MBA
    Length: 30 Minutes 12 Seconds 
    Basic Molecular Biology: From DNA to Proteins
    Presenter(s): Sunil Pandit, PhD
    Length: 44 Minutes 38 Seconds 
     
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    Molecular Imaging in Cancer: Linking Biology, Function, and Clinical Applications
    Presenter(s): James P. Basilion, PhD
    Length: 50 Minutes 1 Seconds  
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    Molecular Probes for MR Signal Amplification
    Presenter(s): Alexei Bogdanov, PhD
    Length: 29 Minutes 27 Seconds 
     
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    Multimodality Molecular Imaging of Living Subjects
    Presenter(s): Sanjiv Sam Gambhir MD, PhD
    Length: 58 Minutes 41 Seconds  
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    Tracer Kinetic Modeling for Quantitative Molecular Imaging
    Presenter(s): Richard E. Carson, PhD
    Length: 36 Minutes 18 Seconds  
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    Equipment for Imaging Molecular Processes
    Presenter(s): David Thomasson, PhD
    Length: 1 Hour 7 Minutes 32 Seconds
      
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    Molecular Imaging with Positron Emission Tomography
    Presenter(s): Martin G. Pomper, MD, PhD
    Length: 30 Minutes 49 Seconds  
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    SPECT and Molecular Imaging
    Presenter(s): Steven Larson, MD
    Length: 46 Minutes 32 Seconds 
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    Introduction to Optical Imaging
    Presenter(s): Umar Mahmood, MD, PhD
    Length: 62 Minutes 22 Seconds  
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    Preclinical and Clinical Applications of MR in Cancer
    Presenter(s): Zaver Bhujwalla, PhD
    Length: 35 Minutes 56 Seconds 
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    Ultrasound Molecular Imaging and Drug Delivery 
    Presenter(s): Katherine Ferrara, PhD
    Length: 37 Minutes 29 Seconds

    Molecular Imaging in Basic Research
    Presenter(s): David Piwnica-Worms, MD, PhD
    Length: 1 Hour 13 Minutes 5 Seconds 
     
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    Molecular Imaging: Overview and Future Directions
    Presenter(s): James H. Thrall MD
    Length: 35 Minutes 9 Seconds  
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    Reference:
    1. Matthew A. Kupinski, Harrison H Barrett, Small-Animal SPECT Imaging, Springer; 1 edition 2005.
    2. Mark A. Suckow, Steven H. Weisbroth, Craig L. Franklin, The Laboratory Rat. Academic Press; Second edition, 2005
    3. Miles N. Wernick and John N. Aarsvold. Emission Tomorgaphy : The Fundamentals of PET and SPECT. Elsevier, 2006.
    4. Small animal SPECT and SPECT/CT: Important tools for preclinical investigation J Nucl Med 2008 49: 1651-1663 (DOI: 10.2967/jnumed.108.055442). (Ref )
    5. Imaging of Apoptosis J Nucl Med 2008 49: 1573-1576 (DOI: 10.2967/jnumed.108.052803). (Ref )
    6. Revised guides for organ sampling and trimming in rats and mice (Ref )
    7. Pathbase web site: Pathbase is a database of histopathology photomicrographs and macroscopic images derived from mutant or genetically manipulated mice.  ( Ref cited from "European mutant mouse pathology database (Pathbase), Pathbase web site, University of Cambridge, World Wide Web (http://www.pathbase.net)"