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SINAPSE - SPIRIT Translational Imaging Seminar

This meeting was the first SINAPSE SPIRIT Meeting and covered Translational Imaging.
When Sep 23, 2010
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Edinburgh Playfair Library
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This meeting was the first SINAPSE SPIRIT Meeting and covered Translational Imaging. The lectures examined the methodology used within translational imaging covering from the preclinical to human. The scope of topics ranged from the choice of appropriate preclinical models to the modification of clinical protocols. The appropriate methodology is necessary to ensure that preclinical imaging yields structural and functional information equivalent to the corresponding human protocols. All types of imaging and the development of new imaging methods were covered.

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Developing new imaging methods for acute stroke

Prof Keith Muir, University of Glasgow

Acute stroke research in pertinent animal models with recognised risk factors: studying the ischaemic penumbra in spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rats with MRI

Proffered talk: Ms Emma Reid, University of Glasgow

Gender differences in cerebral blood flow in rat focal cerebral ischaemia: an MRI arterial spin labelling study

Proffered talk: Dr Tracey Baskerville, University of Glasgow

Development of pre-clinical PET/CT methods for monitoring changes in mouse brain function

Proffered talk: Prof Andy Welch, University of Aberdeen