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Biomedical Research Foundation (BRF) Recruits Two Eminent Scientists --Pradeep Garg, Ph.D., And Sudha Garg, Ph.D. -- To Run Newly-Created Louisiana Center For Molecular Imaging And Therapy
Date:11/20/2013

al resource located in Shreveport. According to Dr. John George, President and CEO of the BRF, "We are very fortunate to have recruited Drs. Pradeep and Sudha Garg to lead the establishment of the Center for Molecular Imaging and Therapy. Their stellar research and clinical resumes, as well as their past success at previous institutions, make this an exciting opportunity for our community, state and region."

The Center for Molecular Imaging and Therapy will include all BRF resources currently operating in PET imaging and radiopharmaceutical manufacturing (over 25 highly trained employees and $10 million dollars in equipment) under Dr. Pradeep Garg's leadership. The five year plan calls for restructuring of existing facilities, adding 35 new staff positions, and $15-20 million worth of additional equipment and resources.

The Center for Molecular Imaging and Therapy will be a catalyst for increasing Louisiana's economic and research opportunities in the expanding molecular imaging industry. By providing unique molecular imaging and radiopharmaceutical capabilities to public and private customers at the local and international levels, the Center will be the only facility of its type in Louisiana and one of very few in the entire United States. It will increase research opportunities for scientists at Louisiana higher education institutions and affiliated research facilities such as LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, LSU Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tech, University of Louisiana at Monroe and Tulane University. The Center also will make available opportunities for Louisiana residents to participate in innovative clinical trials using molecular imaging
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