Hillman Cancer Center
5117 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Jessie Nedrow, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
Co-Director, In Vivo Imaging Facilities
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
For my research, my group focuses on the development of targeted radiotherapy (alpha and beta) for primary and metastatic hepatic tumors, metastatic melanoma, and a variety of cancers through the targeting of the neovascular. My lab is working toward the development of novel targeted radiotherapeutics and their application in a variety of cancers as well as the development of image guided strategies to maximize the therapeutic efficacy while minimizing toxicity to normal tissue.
Technique Expertise or Resources to share
I have expertise in molecular imaging, organic synthesis, peptide synthesis, targeted radiotherapy and cancer research including small (mice) and large (rabbits, beagles) animal models. We implement a variety of imaging techniques including PET and SPECT imaging, fluoroscopy, CT, and alpha camera imaging within my lab.
Radiopharmaceuticals, Nuclear Medicine, PET imaging, molecular imaging, targeted radiotherapyRadiopharmaceuticals, Nuclear Medicine, PET imaging, molecular imaging, targeted radiotherapy
|Angel Cortez||Research Technician||AGC52@pitt.edu|
|Mohammad Zarisifi||Post-doctoral Fellow||MOZ11@pitt.edu|
|Anders Josefsson||Research Instructor||ANJ112@pitt.edu|
|Kathryn Day||Research Technician – IVIF||KED63@pitt.edu|
|Joseph Latoche||Research Technician – IVIF||JDL10@pitt.edu|