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Shokeen and colleagues at the 2018 CMMN NCI Site Visit.

Lectures, Seminars and Outreach Events with the Shokeen Lab

From a local seminar series on the School of Medicine campus to international meetings at Oxford University in England, members of the Shokeen Molecular Imaging Lab have made the rounds learning and sharing the latest in molecular imaging. Here are…

Work Hard, Play Hard: Socializing with the Shokeen Lab

Developing molecularly targeted imaging agents is no small task, so we make sure to have some fun as a team and not take ourselves too seriously. From picnics to potlucks to parties, the Shokeen Molecular Imaging Lab has no shortage…

Shokeen Publishes Theranostics Paper in Radiology Oncology Journal

Monica Shokeen, PhD, associate professor of radiology, and her colleagues have published a paper in Seminars in Radiation Oncology discussing the renewed interest in¬†radiopharmaceutical¬†therapy and theranostics in the era of precision medicine. The paper, “Novel Agents and Future Perspectives on…

Monica Shokeen, PhD, associate professor of radiology, wears a lab coat and holds a pipette as she works in a lab.

Shokeen Inducted into Academy of Educators

Monica Shokeen, PhD, associate professor of radiology, joined the 2020 class of the Academy of Educators at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The Academy of Educators is an institutional collaboration of educators who together will foster a…

Figure from a paper published by Monica Shokeen, PhD, and her lab depicting non-invasive imaging of cancerous bone marrow regions in mice.

Shokeen Lab Publishes Paper in Molecular Imaging Biology

Members of the Shokeen Molecular Imaging Lab published their recent study in Molecular Imaging Biology demonstrating how cluster of differentiation 38 (CD38) could be a promising therapeutic target in multiple myeloma patients. The investigators used near-infrared fluorescence imaging to monitor…

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