CHUM Research Centre
Radiochemistry and Cyclotron core-facility, CRCHUM
Department of radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine, Université de Montréal
Department of pharmacology and physiology, Université de Montréal
514 890-8000, ext. 30653
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Radiochemistry, PET molecular imaging, medical chemistry, cardiovascular diseases, neuroscience, oncology and diabetes.
Development of new tracers for PET imaging.
Translational research from chemistry to PET imaging in cells, animal and human models to provide insights into understanding pathophysiology, and evaluate progression and treatment of disease at the molecular level.
Study of altered signal transduction of various neurotransmission systems.
Study of altered metabolic mechanisms.