Department of Radiology

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Ting Lab

Dr. Richard Ting

(rct2001@med.cornell.edu)

Research profile: http://vivo.med.cornell.edu/display/cwid-rct2001

Our lab will apply advanced, new synthetic techniques to the generation of new devices for molecular imaging. Our goal is to create tools that are useful over a range of different imaging modalities, including PET and near-infrared fluorescence, so that we may track disease non-invasively, from the whole-body, deep-tissue level all the way down to the microscopic, molecular scale. In the collaborative environment of the MI3 institute, we can generate proteins, antibodies, and whole cells that are suitable for imaging. Members of this group have access to cancer cell lines that represent breast, cervical, lung, and prostate cancer models as well cryolesion/stroke and brain tumor mouse models. Trainees in our group will gain knowledge encompassing synthetic chemistry, gene transfection, microscopy, radiochemistry, and imaging.

Laboratory Members/ Team:
Post Doctoral Associates:
Feifei An, Ph.D
HariKrishna Kommidi, Ph.D.
Ye Wang, Ph.D

Weill Cornell Medicine
Department of Radiology
525 East 68th Street New York, NY 10065 Phone: (212) 746-6000