Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Illuminating and Treating Diseases

Nuclear medicine involves the use of small amounts of radioactive materials (or tracers) to help diagnose and treat a variety of diseases. Nuclear medicine determines the cause of the medical problem based on the function of the organ, tissue or bone. This is how nuclear medicine differs from an x-ray, ultrasound or any other diagnostic test that determines the presence of disease based on structural appearance. More »

A Message From the Co-Chiefs
Welcome to the Stanford Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Clinic. We are committed to improving health through excellence in image-based patient care, research and education. Thank you for visiting our web site. We hope you find the information helpful and interesting.

Andrei Iagaru, MD

Andrei Iagaru, MD
Division of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging
Co-Chief

Andrew Quon, MD
Division of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging
Co-Chief

News

Jan 31, 2014
First in the World Time-of-flight PET-MRI Scanner Arrives at Stanford...More »

 

Jan 31, 2014
Dr McDougall Received the Light of Life Award...More »

 

June 15, 2013
The New "Molecular Imaging Primer" eBook is Now Available...More »

 

May 13, 2013
Webcast of Dr. Iagaru's 2013 American Urological Association Plenary Talk Available...More »

 

Feb 14, 2013
Paulo Castaneda Received Radiology Technologist of the Year...More »

 

Jan 28, 2013
Dr. Meena Kumar, Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Fellow, Euodia Jonathan, and Dr. Erik Mittra presented their work at 2013 SNMMI Mid Winter Meeting...More »

 

Jan 28, 2013
Guido Davidzon, Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Resident won the Young Professionals Competition...More »

 

Jan 28, 2013
Dr. Andrei Iagaru was elected as a fellow to the American College of Nuclear Medicine...More »

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