My laboratory is developing and evaluating new imaging agents for whole-body imaging and intraoperative imaging. Our main focus is to selectively label malignant growths in vivo to allow for their detection, treatment, and removal. We believe that the next generation of selective imaging agents will result in better and more-sensitive detection of tumor tissues, which will ultimately benefit patient treatment.
Thomas Reiner, PhD
Research FocusImaging specialist Thomas Reiner focuses on the development of novel imaging probes for both PET imaging and optical imaging technologies.
EducationPhD, Technical University of Munich, Germany
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- Brand C, Abdel-Atti D, Zhang Y, Carlin S, Clardy SM, Keliher EJ, Weber WA, Lewis JS, Reiner T (2014) In Vivo Imaging of GLP-1R with a Targeted Bimodal PET/Fluorescence Imaging Agent. Bioconjug Chem 25:1323–1330.