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Clinical/Cancer Imaging Core (Penn)

Directors: Mankoff, David., MD, PhD; Rosen, Mark., MD, PhD

Summary:

Established in 2010 as a joint effort between the Department of Radiology and the Abramson Cancer Center

Purpose: serves as a centralized resource to support and facilitate advanced imaging techniques within clinical trials.

Objectives:
--- provide high quality consistent image acquisition processes and image analysis for cancer clinical trials involving imaging endpoints
--- assist with protocol development, submission and activation of cancer clinical trials that involve imaging modalities
--- provide scientific consultation to clinical investigators on the most appropriate cancer imaging methods to meet scientific needs
--- direct investigators to the appropriate choice of both standard and advanced imaging methodologies in ACC clinical investigation

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  • Protocol support service ( Support service )

    Assist with protocol development, submission and activation of cancer clinical trials that involve imaging modalities


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Last updated: 2020-08-20T09:57:55.600-04:00

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