• Elaborate Course: Molecular Imaging and Functional Imaging

Elaborate Course: Molecular Imaging and Functional Imaging


I.Course Introduction (including teaching goals and requirements) within 300 words:

1) Understanding the basic concept and scope of molecular imaging and functional imaging

2) Understanding the basic mechanism, methods and indications of. molecular imaging and functional imaging.

II.Teaching Syllabus (including the content of chapters and sections. A sheet can be attached):

i.Overview of Molecular Imaging and Functional Imaging

1.A Brief History of Imaging development

2.An Introduction to Molecular Imaging

3.An Introduction to Functional Imaging

ii.Fundamental Principle, Technology, Key Points of Molecular Imaging

1.Fundamental Principle of Molecular Imaging

2.Technology of Molecular Imaging

3.Key Points of Molecular Imaging

iii.Optical Molecular Imaging

1.Introduction ofOptical Molecular Methods

2.Tools for Optical Molecular imaging

iv.Targeted Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Targeted MR Contrast Agents

1.Introduction of MR Contrast Agents;

2.The design and application of the MR molecular probe.

v.Nuclear Molecular Imaging

1.An Introduction to Nuclear Molecular Imaging

2.Tools for Nuclear Molecular Imaging

3.ApplictionsofNuclear Molecular Imaging

vi.Molecular and Cellular Imaging of Cancer, Neurology and Myocardial disease

1.An Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Imaging

2.Applictions of Molecular and Cellular Imaging in Cancer

3.Applictions of Molecular and Cellular Imaging in Neurology and Myocardial disease

vii.Cellular Labeling and Tracking

1.Introduction of SPIO labeling stem cell transplantation after myocardial infarction.

2.Applicatiosn of SPIO labeling stem cells in cancer research

viii.Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

1.Introducion and applications offunctionalmagnetic resonance imaging

2.Introducion and applications of diffution weighted imaging

3.Introducion and applications of magnetic resonance spectroscopy

4.Useful tools to functional imaging analysis

III.Teaching Schedule:


Course   Content

Teaching   Method


Overview of Molecular Imaging   and Functional Imaging



Fundamental Principle,   Technology, Key Points of Molecular Imaging



Optical Molecular Imaging



Targeted Magnetic Resonance   Imaging



Nuclear Molecular Imaging



Molecular and Cellular   Imaging of Cancer



Molecular and Cellular   Imaging of Neurology and Myocardial disease



Cellular Labeling and   Tracking



Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging


Note: 1.Above one, two, and three items are used as teaching Syllabus in Chinese and announced on the Chinese website of Graduate School. The four and five items are preserved in GraduateSchool.

2. Course terms: Spring, Autumn , and Spring-Autumn term. 

3. The teaching languages for courses: Chinese, English or Chinese-English.

4.Applicable range of discipline: public, first-class discipline, second-class discipline, and third-class discipline.

5. Practice includes: experiment, investigation, research report, etc.

6. Teaching methods: lecture, seminar, practice, etc.

7. Examination for degree courses must be in paper.

8. Teaching material websites are those which have already been announced.

9. Brief introduction of chief lecturer should include: personal information (date of birth, gender, degree achieved, professional title), research direction, teaching and research achievements. (within 100-500 words)

IV.Brief Introduction of Chief lecturer:

Dr. Gao-Jun Teng, professor of radiology, and director of Zhong-da Hospital, SoutheastUniversity.

Dr. Teng has engaged in Radiology and Interventional Radiology since 1982. He was well educated as an interventional radiologist including a 3-year fellowship program of interventional radiology in Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (USA). He has equipped with much experience both in clinical practice and teaching. He is good at interventional radiology and molecular imaging. Moreover, he has finished a lot of research projects. Currently he is doing several research projects as a principal investigator, which includes National Natural Science Research Foundation key projects. Dr. Teng has published over 60 papers and several books and chapters. He has been as a mentor for M.S. degree graduate student since 1997 and for Ph.D. degree graduate student since 2002.

He is a standing committeeman and director of Interventional Radiological Group of China Radiology Association, and the chief of Radiology Association of Medical Association of Jiangsu Province.