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Neuronuclear Imaging Affinity Group

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The Neuronuclear Imaging Affinity Group at UCLA Medical Center consists of faculty, students, staff research associates, medical residents, and clinical and research fellows. Invited speakers present their current work in the conference room of the UCLA Nuclear Medicine Suite in the Medical Plaza 200 Building, providing a unique environment that brings together faculty, students, research staff, and clinicians with diverse professional backgrounds and interests. Our interests correspondingly span the 'bench to bedside' spectrum from biochemical work in vitro, to monitoring and impacting upon progress of neurological and psychiatric patients. The group is particularly interested in the use of neuroimaging for evaluating and optimizing management of a diverse range of neuropsychiatric conditions, including cognitive effects of cancer and chemotherapy, neurodegenerative disease, and effects of brain tumors.

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