A discussion focusing on collaborative efforts with IMMR center colleagues
The West Virginia University Office of Research and Graduate Education will host an "Evening of Science" Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. on the 4th floor at Evansdale Crossing.
The event, titled "Image is Everything: Using In Vivo Multifunctional Resonance to Get it Right," is a discussion focused on collaborative efforts with IMMR center colleagues.
• Raymond Raylman, Ph.D., professor and vice chair for research — "Pre-clinical Positron Emission Tomography (PET) capabilities at the HSC"
• Benoit Driesschaert, Ph.D., assistant professor — "Probes for in vivo Biomedical EPR: What can we measure?"
• Andrey Bobko, Ph.D., research assistant professor — "In vivo applications of magnetic resonance techniques for pre-clinical studies"
An upcoming virtual training and education seminar aims to expand health care at WVU Medicine to be responsive and sensitive to the needs of transgender and gender diverse patients.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing uncertainties in the higher education world, West Virginia University received $195 million in external funding for research and other sponsored programs this past fiscal year.