USC Molecular Imaging Center: Preclinical Imaging Workshop
Clinical Sciences Building (Map)
Didactic Lectures Only, $195
Didactic Lectures (with hands on training), $295
Non-USC Graduate Student
Didactic Lectures Only, $100
Didactic Lectures (with hands on training), $200
Didactic Lectures Only, $295
Didactic Lectures (with hands on training), $495
Join our Preclinical Imaging Workshop on November 6-7, 2013. More information about location and registration can be found HERE.
The mission of the USC Molecular Imaging Center (MIC) is to:
- Translate advances in cellular and molecular biology, chemistry, physics, computer sciences, engineering, instrumentation and animal models into improvements in care for patients
- Provide further advances in understanding of the molecular basis of disease and
- Train investigators and technical staff in the use of modern molecular imaging techniques.
MIC is located at the Keck School of Medicine's Clinical Sciences Center. Our center focuses on the translational needs of any investigator to allow in vivo imaging of disease processes and development of new molecular therapeutics and diagnostics.