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The P50 ICMIC Program meetings are held weekly on Wednesdays from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. The purpose of these meetings is to provide a forum for discussion and interaction, as well as to describe progress in the various projects of our JHU ICMIC Program. The first forty minutes of the meeting will focus on a scientific presentation, and the remaining fifteen to twenty minutes will be for discussion to include any issues for the attention of the ICMIC Oversight Committee.

Light refreshments will be served.

Additionally, we invite an outside speaker for our monthly JHU ICMIC Seminar Series  at the usual time of 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Seminars of invited speakers are advertised on the notice boards at Johns Hopkins, in the Johns Hopkins Science Calendar or at this site.

The interdepartmental, interdisciplinary in vivo cellular and molecular imaging seminar series is focused on the application of imaging to biological systems with a strong emphasis on cancer. We wish to foster an informal, relaxed environment to encourage a lively scientific discourse during the seminars. This is dependent not only on the speakers but also on the willingness of the audience to be involved, so please join us.

Current Seminar Schedule - January 2015 until December 2015

But you may also wish to learn more about previously-held seminars:

Invited speakers

Internal speakers

For additional information on seminars, contact the Department of Radiology's ICMIC program through Martha Seay by email or phone (410-502-0174), Dmitri Artemov by email, or Zaver M. Bhujwalla by email.