Research & Publications
Dr. Jason Cai is an Assistant Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging with expertise in medicinal chemistry and PET imaging probe development. After studying at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Dr. Cai joined Carolyn Anderson’s lab at the University of Pittsburgh as a postdoctoral associate, focusing on radiopharmaceutical development and preclinical PET imaging in oncology. In 2015, he joint Yale PET Center as an Associate Research Scientist to expand his research portfolio to brain PET imaging and became an Assistant Professor in 2018. His research group is currently focusing on the development and translation of novel PET imaging probes for drug PK/PD study and the investigation of CNS disorders and Oncology. He is the recipient of the Berson-Yalow Award in 2018, and Archer Foundation Research Award in 2019.
Education & Training
- Postdoctoral/Research AssociateUniversity of Pittsburgh (2015)
- PhDUniversity of Missouri-Columbia, Chemistry (2011)
Honors & Recognition
|Archer Foundation Research Award||Archer Foundation||2019|
|Young Investigator Award||Functional NeuroReceptor Mapping||2016|