PET: Peeping with Positrons

Exploring PET; the marvelous method of imaging the body and brain using gamma rays and radioactive glucose.
11 April 2014
Presented by Jack Oldbury


Jack Oldbury interviews Dr Tim Fryer from the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre about PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and its role in imaging the brain at work. We find out what awaits us in the future of imaging, as well as exploring how PET works and its role in neuroimaging and oncology.


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