The Jan Grimm Lab

The Grimm lab in the Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program focuses on the development of novel and innovative molecular imaging approaches for cancer diagnostics, predominantly based on activatable imaging agents. These approaches combine and utilize modern biology, nanotechnology, chemistry and physics with modern imaging methods (MRI, optical imaging, PET and Cerenkov) to create novel imaging agents that allow much earlier detection and improved therapy monitoring of cancer.

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The Jan Grimm Lab

Jan Grimm, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor

Research Focus

Radiologist Jan Grimm develops novel activatable molecular imaging approaches for improved detection and monitoring of prostate and other cancers.
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Education

  • MD, University of Hamburg (Germany)
  • PhD, University of Kiel (Germany)

Lab Members

Publications

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Selected Achievements

  • NIH Nagy New Investigator Award (2014)

Career Opportunities

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