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Biomedical Imaging Graduate Curricula and Courses: Report from the 2005 Whitaker Biomedical Engineering Educational Summit

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We present an overview of graduate programs in biomedical imaging that are currently available in the US. Special attention is given to the emerging technologies of molecular imaging and biophotonics. Discussions from the workshop on Graduate Imaging at the 2005 Whitaker Educational Summit meeting are summarized.

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Louie, A., Izatt, J. & Ferrara, K. Biomedical Imaging Graduate Curricula and Courses: Report from the 2005 Whitaker Biomedical Engineering Educational Summit. Ann Biomed Eng 34, 239–247 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10439-005-9033-0

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  • Biomedical imaging
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