The DaCosta lab attended the World Molecular Imaging Conference in Montreal from September 4-7 2019. Postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Sara Rapic, was asked to give an oral presentation of her work and was highlighted as one of the top abstracts at the WMIC opening ceremonies: “Investigating radiation response of pancreatic tumors and their microenvironment using in-vivo optical imaging to identify new treatment strategies“.
Several members presented at the poster sessions including:
Helen Jin for:
Intravital Imaging of Acute Myeloid Leukemia within the Living Bone Marrow as a Preclinical Model for Evaluating Novel Therapies
Tim Samuel for:
Overcoming challenges in longitudinal mouse intravital imaging
Christopher Gibson for:
Evaluation of 5-aminolevulinic acid-induced fluroescence during breasst cancer surgery with a handheld prototype imaging device
Abstracts can be found on the WMIC program.