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University of Virginia

580 Massie Road

Charlottesville, Virginia,22903

United States

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The University of Virginia will unveil its new world-class squash facility on Sept. 19, and the sport's elite ranks have begun lining up to offer their seals of approval. The $12.4 million McArthur Squash Center at the Boar's Head Sports Club opened its door...more

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(l to r) Dr. Darci Sidwell, Dr. Stuart Berr, Dr. Brent French and Dr. James Stone in front of the cyclotron, a circular particle accelerator that weighs over 50,000 pounds. (Click on photo for high resolution)
Stuart Berr, PhD, professor of research in radiology and biomedical engineering, and director of the UVA Molecular Imaging Core Lab who spearheaded the cyclotron project, explains the technology's broad disease applications. Cancer "One immediate use of this technology will be to assess the effectiveness of a particular cancer therapy," he says. "We'll be able to do ammonia imaging to image cardiac blood flow to see if people have blockages of their coronary arteries," Berr says. "So it will be very useful be able to make these short-lived biomarkers and get them to the medical center quickly," Berr says. The technology, located at UVA's Sheridan G. Snyder Translational Research Building at Fontaine Research Park, was purchased through a 2008 grant from the National Institutes of Health and is operated in partnership with PETNET, a subsidiary of Siemens Medical Solutions. Dr. Berr served as principal investigator of the grant. Stuart S. Berr, PhD, professor of research, Radiology and Biomedical Engineering, director of the UVA Molecular Imaging Core Lab, and principal investigator of the NIH grant used to purchase the cyclotron;


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Stuart Berr, PhD, professor of research in radiology and biomedical engineering, and director of the UVA Molecular Imaging Core Lab who spearheaded the cyclotron project, explains the technology’s broad disease applications.
Cancer “One immediate use of this technology will be to assess the effectiveness of a particular cancer therapy,†he says. “You can use chemotherapy and wait months to see if the tumor is smaller. Dr. Berr served as principal investigator of the grant. Stuart S. Berr, PhD, professor of research, Radiology and Biomedical Engineering, director of the UVA Molecular Imaging Core Lab, and principal investigator of the NIH grant used to purchase the cyclotron;


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Principal Investigator: Stuart BerrE-mail: berr@virginia.edu The University of Virginia Schools of Medicine and Engineering have established successful research programs in the development and application of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) for non-invasive serial studies of the molecular mechanisms underlying ischemic heart disease (IHD), atherosclerosis, and gastric cancer in transgenic and knockout mice.


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University professor Stuart Berr and research team plan to use National Institute of Health grant to expand medical researchUniversity Radiology Prof. Stuart Berr has a lot of gadgets at his disposal.In one room, an MRI machine with a magnet 47,000 times stronger than the earth's magnetic field.In another, a black box ...


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