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{for your educational pursuits}

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Several academic programs dedicated to medical imaging are available. New to the cirriculum
here at UW is a 4 course sequence for those interested in a career in biomedical imaging.


Graduate Student Program in Biomedical Imaging

X-RAY and Nuclear Biomedical Imaging
Applied Radiation Physics Certificate Program

Physical Aspects of Medical Imaging
Imaging Detectors for Medical and Health Sciences

Additional PET education links:

Physics of PET

by Ruth E. Schmitz, Adam M. Alessio, and Paul E. Kinahan

Introduction to PET Physics

by Ramsey Badawi

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{guest seminars}
IRL faculty appointed guest lectures scheduled weekly and open to visitors

Upcoming LEctures for Fall Quarter 2013

TBA
     

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{archived presentations}
lectures presented to the Radiology and Nuclear Medicine residents

(to access the presentations below, click here - a valid UW NetID is required)

2012

Introductio to Nuclear Physics Lawrence R. MacDonald
9/4/12
Decay of radioactivity Robert S. Miyaoka 9/11/12
Interactions with matter
William C. J. Hunter 9/18/12
Radiation detectors Tom Lewellen
9/25/12
Counting statistics and error propagation
Lawrence R. MacDonald 10/2/12
Gamma camera (Planar and SPECT) William Hunter
10/9/12
PET (part 1, basics) Steven Bowen
10/16/12
Image Reconstruction
Adam M. Alessio
10/23/12
PET (SUV) 
Darrin Byrd
10/30/12
X-ray/CT Darrin Byrd
11/6/12
Cardiac: PET and SPECT
Adam M. Alessio 11/13/12
SPECT (quantitation)
Robert S. Miyaoka
11/20/12
QA for cameras and computers
Tom K. Lewellen
11/27/12
Quantitative PET for Radiation Therapy
Steven Bowen
12/4/12
Radiation dosimetry
Adam M. Alessio 12/11/12

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