Bioresorbable pressure sensors protected with thermally grown silicon dioxide for the monitoring of chronic diseases and healing processes.

Citation:

Shin J, Yan Y, Bai W, Xue Y, Gamble P, Tian L, Kandela I, Haney CR, Spees W, Lee Y, Choi M, Ko J, Ryu H, Chang JK, Pezhouh M, Kang SK, Won SM, Yu KJ, Zhao J, Lee YK, MacEwan MR, Song SK, Huang Y, Ray WZ, Rogers JA. “Bioresorbable pressure sensors protected with thermally grown silicon dioxide for the monitoring of chronic diseases and healing processes.” Nat Biomed Eng 2019 Jan; 3(1):37-46.

Bioresorbable pressure sensors protected with thermally grown silicon dioxide for the monitoring of chronic diseases and healing processes

Citation:

Shin J, Yan Y, Bai W, Xue Y, Gamble P, Tian L, Kandela I, Haney CR, Spees W, Lee Y, Choi M, Ko J, Ryu H, Chang JK, Pezhouh M, Kang SK, Won SM, Yu KJ, Zhao J, Lee YK, MacEwan MR, Song SK, Huang Y, Ray WZ, Rogers JA. “Bioresorbable pressure sensors protected with thermally grown silicon dioxide for the monitoring of chronic diseases and healing processes.” Nature Biomedical Engineering 3, 37–46 (2019).

Imaging Workshop: NIS Reporter Gene Imaging of Gene, Virus and Cell Therapies | May 15, 2:00PM


Presented by Kah-Whye Peng, PhD, Chief Operations Officer of Imanis Life Sciences, on Tuesday, May 15th at 2:00PM in Silverman Hall 3510. Reporter gene imaging is used extensively in research but the resolution and sensitivity of cell detection could be improved. Dr. Peng will discuss recent efforts by Imanis to develop the next generation of reporter genes for noninvasive imaging, focusing on how they are using the NIS reporter gene technology to accelerate development of virus, gene and cellular therapies for clinical testing.

Pilot Project Funding for Imaging Studies

The Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging (CAMI) is offering pilot project funding for up to 10 projects/year during each of the next three years to researchers with nascent imaging projects that will benefit from CAMI expertise in imaging method development and refinement. Selected projects will be funded for a period of one year and up to $5,000 of direct costs for imaging studies performed in CAMI. For details, refer to this flyer.