You are most cordially invited to attend our alumni association lecture featuring Professor Chin-Tu Chen, who will deliver a lecture on off UChicago and MIT: 'Molecular Imaging and Theranostics—Made in Taiwan'.


Brother Hotel
Rose Room, 13th Floor,
No.255, Sec. 3, Nanjing East Road, Songshan Dist.
Taipei, Taiwan

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Event Details

We are very honored and pleased to invite Professor Chin-Tu Chen, Associate Professor of Radiology Committee on Medical Physics and the College. You are most welcome to join us for his stimulating and inspiring talk.

18:00-19:00 social networking
19:00-21:30 talk and discussion


Activity Fees: TWD 1,000 members/ TWD 1,200 non-members (speaker waived);
Permanent Memberships: Annual Memberships: TWD 1,000; Permanent Memberships TWD 10,000


Register Online

Deadline: 2/17/2019

Speaker Profiles

Chin-Tu Chen (Speaker)
Associate Professor of Radiology Committee on Medical Physics and the College, UChicago

Prof. Chin-Tu Chen's research interests, primarily in multi-modality molecular imaging, cover a broad spectrum of imaging-centered topics including imaging physics and instrumentation, image reconstruction and processing, imaging tracers and probes development, physiological modeling, quantitative and intelligent image analysis, as well as applications of molecular imaging methods in a wide spectrum of biological and medical investigations, especially in cancer, brain disorders, cardiopulmonary diseases, diabetes, and tissue injury and repair.

He and his colleagues pioneered the concept of multi-modality imaging, including image co-registration and integration, hybrid image instrumentation, image/information fusion in CT, MRI, PET and SPECT reconstruction, processing, and analysis, as well as functionalized targeting imaging probes and tracers with multiple diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

In recent years, he has been leading the UChicago's efforts in developing the Functional and Molecular Imaging Cores (including CT, PET, SPECT, ultrasound, optical imaging, etc.) and the Integrated Small Animal Imaging Research Resource (iSAIRR), as well as the Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Revitalization Initiatives. He has also been promoting the bridging and interfacing of technology and instrumentation developments in nuclear and high-energy physics with those in biomedical imaging and medical physics.

Dr. Chen serves as a scientific or technical advisor and business consultant to multiple biomedical engineering and device firms and has also been instrumental in setting up several startup companies in Asia and the U.S.A.

B.S.: (Physics), National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan , 1974
M.S.: (Physics), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA., 1978
Ph.D.: (Medical Physics), The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA., 1986


Anson Tseng, '11