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Professor of Radiology (Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford) and, by courtesy, of Chemistry
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsProbe chemistry and nanotechnology for molecular imaging and diagnostics
Postdoctoral Scholar, Radiology
BioResearch interest: Mesenchymal stem cell transplantation, Stem cell biology, Islet transplantation, Biomaterials, Drug delivery
Eduardo Pontes Reis
Affiliate, Rad/Thoracic Imaging
Visiting Scholar, Rad/Thoracic Imaging
BioI'm a visiting scholar at Stanford AIMI Center, working in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Medicine.
I love working in AI. My purpose is to significantly contribute to our “discovery” of intelligence. Our best chance to understanding intelligence is by creating AGI. Lets work together as a society to do that in a safely manner that we will not regret.
- Published BRAX, the Brazilian Chest X-ray Dataset - https://www.nature.com/articles/s41597-022-01608-8
- Open-sourced the PyTorch implementation of ConVIRT (Y Zhang et al), a contrastive learning method for radiologic images and text (before CLIP) - https://github.com/edreisMD/ConVIRT-pytorch
- Released Brain Hemorrhage Annotations - Brain Hemorrhage Extended - BHX (https://physionet.org/content/bhx-brain-bounding-box)
At Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein:
- Started the Health Story project, a medical history timeline to support research and a more personalized clinical practice
- Ran the development of AI algorithms for diseases of national importance: Tuberculosis, COVID, Melanoma and Head CT
Allan L. Reiss
Howard C. Robbins Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Radiology
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy laboratory, the Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research (CIBSR), focuses on multi-level scientific study of individuals with typical and atypical brain structure and function. Data are obtained from genetic analyses, structural and functional neuroimaging studies, assessment of endocrinological status, neurobehavioral assessment, and analysis of pertinent environmental factors. Our overarching focus is to model how brain disorders arise and to develop disease-specific treatments.
Ph.D. Student in Biomedical Physics, admitted Autumn 2022
BioResearch Interests: Preclinical and clinical PET imaging, novel tracer validation in vivo, B cell role in multiple sclerosis and pharmacokinetic modelling
Samantha is a Biomedical Physics PhD student with extensive experience in multi-modal molecular imaging of neurological diseases and a strong background in synthetic chemistry. She helped validate both a novel sigma-1 radiotracer, [18F]FTC-146, for its ability to detect molecular markers of neuropathic pain non-invasively and a [64Cu]hCD19-mAb radiotracer for imaging therapy-induced B cell depletion. She is well-versed in pharmacokinetic modeling, receptor occupancy studies, autoradiography, and cell-based assays. Moreover, is an expert in PET/MR imaging of neonatal mice.