Christine Sandiego, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate at the Yale PET Center and Yale student Shuo Wang, a PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering, have both received Young Investigator travel awards

June 27, 2015

Christine Sandiego, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate at the Yale PET Center and Yale student Shuo Wang, a PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering, have both received Young Investigator travel awards to attend the The XXVIIth International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism and Function (ISCBFM) & the XIIth International BrainPET Conference, June 27-30, 2015, in Vancouver, Canada.

Christine Sandiego, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate at the Yale PET Center and Yale student Shuo Wang, a PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering, have both received Young Investigator travel awards to attend the The XXVIIth International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism and Function (ISCBFM) & the XIIth International BrainPET Conference, June 27-30, 2015, in Vancouver, Canada.

Shuo's abstract is entitled, "Categorizing networks of voxels into brain states based on segmentation of dopamine latencyimages.”  Christine’s presentation is entitled, "Systemic immune challenge with endotoxin induces a robust increase in brain microglial activation: a C-11 PBR28 PET study in humans.”

Submitted by Liz Pantani on July 06, 2018