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Winning Image — A team of Einstein researchers led by Dr. Paul Frenette, have received the 2013 Inveon Image of the Year Award for their submission illustrating their study of prostate cancer in mice. The annual award, run by Siemens Healthcare Global, invites customers to demonstrate their use of the company’s scanners in conducting quality research. Entries are evaluated on the basis of scientific merit, image quality and presentation for each category. Dr. Frenette’s team included faculty members Drs. Linda Jelicks and Eugene Fine, and Wade Koba. Dr. Frenette is professor of medicine and of cell biology; Dr. Jelicks is associate professor of physiology & biophysics; Dr. Fine is clinical professor of radiology; and Mr. Koba is an associate in radiology.
"Displaying Your Abstract Data on a Poster Using PowerPoint"
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Forchheimer 119N