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See What Makes You Sick in a medical imaging Independent Activities Period course

The six-part course beginning Jan. 9 is designed to catalyze the development of quantitative imaging biomarkers by attracting new minds to pursue this career path, by stimulating new collaborations between technology leaders and clinical translational investigators and inspiring new applications of existing technologies.

This would be an opportunity for Clinical “Pull” to meet Technology “Push."

The course is ideal for MIT and HMS and affiliated hospital faculty, postdocs, graduate and advanced undergraduate students interested in understanding the current capabilities, limitations and future potential of medical imaging to improve healthcare. No prerequisites, no limit to enrollment.

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