Biomedical Imaging plays a crucial role in improving public healthcare by improving imaging detection, monitoring, and treatment of disease. Radiology faculty, fellows, and residents are increasingly contributing to the breadth and diversity of the research activities at OHSU. With a wide spectrum of available imaging facilities and resources, such as the Advanced Imaging Research Center (AIRC), Knight Cancer Institute (KCI), Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI), and the new Radiochemistry Center (currently under construction), our work with interdisciplinary teams across the institution and the nation continues to grow.
Translational Training in Biomedical Imaging Research
Major Goal: The broad long-term goal of this training grant is to improve imaging detection, monitoring, and treatment of disease by producing a cadre of physicians who will become independent clinical scientific investigators and future leaders in academic biomedical imaging.
Award Type: NIH R25 Research Education Project
Award No.: R25 EB 016671
PI/PD: Fergus V. Coakley, M.D.
Project Period: 07/01/2013 – 06/30/2018
Award Amount: $174,960 (annual)