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Technological Educational Institute of Athens

Ag. Spiridonos 28, Egaleo
12210 Athens
Greece

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Brief presentation of the institution

The Technological Educational Institute of Athens (TEIA) is the largest Technological Institution and the third largest University in Greece. The Department of Biomedical Engineering is the only department in Greece that offers undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the emerging field of Biomedical Engineering. The group of Prof. Loudos conducts research with particular focus on small animal molecular imaging using mainly SPECT and PET techniques. The group has participated in several FP7, Horizon 2020 and National projects over the past decade. The main expertise of the group is on radiolabelling nanoparticles and exploiting imaging modalities to provide information on their spatiotemporal biodistribution. Significant engineering work is focused on the development of dedicated imaging systems, with primary goal the minimization of cost and dimensions, in order to provide cost effective solutions to the research community. Additional research involves the use of Monte Carlo simulations in combination with computational anthropomorphic phantoms, as well as the simulation of hyperthermia experiments.

Main Radiomag related topics

Hyperthermia simulation, in vivo nanoparticles evaluation, nanomedicine, small animal imaging, thermometry.

Main Radiomag related research techniques and equipment

Non invasive temperature monitoring, scintigraphic imaging, single photon emission computed tomography, positron tomography.

Research topics, techniques and equipment not related to Radiomag

Brief information on available facilites

 1. A dedicated hybrid system for mice that includes an X-ray camera, a rotating gamma camera with ~2mm resolution and a rotating dual head PET with ~3mm spatial resolution.

2. Pinhole gamma camera with submillimeter spatial resolution
3. Near infrared camera
4. IVC system for hosting mice
 

Willingness to accept/host visiting researchers

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