Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

2014 Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging News

Dr. Iagaru Promoted to Associate Professor

July 9, 2014
Andrei Iagaru, MD was promoted to Associate Professor.

Congratulations, Dr. Iagaru!


Carcinoid Cancer Foundation Awards Grant to Stanford University

June 2014
Carcinoid Cancer FoundationThe Carcinoid Cancer Foundation has awarded a grant of more than $65,000 to Stanford University to expand access to its Gallium-68 (Ga-68) DOTA-TATE PET/CT program for carcinoid and neuroendocrine tumor (NET) patients with somatostatin receptor positive tumors. PET imaging using the Ga-68 labeled compound DOTA-TATE offers higher resolution and sensitivity than Octreoscan®, at a lower cost, and with improved convenience for patients. Andrei Iagaru, MD, Associate Professor of Radiology and Co-Chief of the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging at Stanford University Medical Center, is the Principal Investigator of the study.

The Division of Nuclear Medicine is grateful to the foundation and to the private donor for the funding. Read the full article, on The Carcinoid Cancer Foundation website, here.


Dr. Tatianie Jackson, Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Chief Resident, elected to the board of the Nuclear Medicine Resident Organization

June 25, 2014
Tatianie Jackson, MD has been elected as a board member of the Nuclear Medicine Resident Organization (NMRO). As a member of the board, Dr. Jackson will work to broaden awareness across specialties for our nuclear medicine residents, while also providing them continued education focused on specific specialty needs.

Dr. Tatianie Jackson, Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Chief Resident, received a Travel Grant at the 2014 SNMMI Mid-Winter Meeting

February 6, 2014
Photo of JacksonTatianie Jackson, MD has received the Travel Grant at the ACNM Annual Meeting and SNMMI Mid-Winter Meting in Palm Springs, CA, for her work on "Combined NaF and FDG PET/CT Evaluation of Sarcoma Patients." This is a great achievement, as there were more than 40 presenters this year.

Congratulations, Dr. Jackson!


Dr. McDougall Received the Light of Life Award

January 31, 2014
Photo of Ross McDougallRoss McDougall, MD has received the Light of Life Award from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where he gave a lecture entitled, "Differentiated Thyroid Cancer, Then and Now: Four Questions and a Quandary".

The Light of Life Award is an annual award presented to an esteemed physician in thyroid cancer research as selected by the Light of Life Foundation. Their mission is to improve the quality of life of thyroid cancer patients through continual education of the lay public and the medical community, and by promoting research and development to improve thyroid cancer care. The Light of Life Foundation Honorary Award has become recognized amongst the worldwide thyroid cancer medical community.

Congratulations, Dr. McDougall!

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