Infectious Disease Imaging Interest Group
The Infectious Disease Imaging Interest Group (IDIIG) provides a forum where laboratory investigators, clinicians and imaging specialists can explore how conventional and molecular imaging methods can be used to study and manage infectious diseases. Discussions cover the use of imaging for early diagnosis and patient care and for laboratory animal studies. Potential applications of imaging to biodefense and emerging infections are of particular interest. Seminar topics include optical, ultrasound, X-ray, magnetic resonance and radionuclide-based techniques and their application to problems in microbiology, toxinology, immunology and other disciplines.
Monthly meetings and special events provide IDIIG members with opportunities to present their research, develop collaborations and keep up with the latest technology. Some of our past seminars are archived at http://www.videocast.nih.gov/PastEvents.asp?c=62.
The group moderator is Mike Bray.
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