Labnodes is a research network that is composed of 2,403 users within 89 communities such as centers, laboratories and shared resources. As a whole, this community has annotated 16,009 resources and associated 53,965 publications.

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Mar. 27
9:00 AM
9455 MRB IV
Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology
SPRING Meeting
Ed Levine, Ph.D.
Screening for Factors that Promote Retinal Regeneration
Mar. 29
12:00 PM
206 Preston Research Building
Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center
DRTC Friday Seminar Series
Kelle Moley, MD
Apr. 3
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Talk
Yan Li, PhD, Case Western Reserve
Single cell and function genomics in beta cell biology
Apr. 3
9:00 AM
LH 809
Metabolism Interest Group
Metabolism Interest Group
Apr. 4
8:15 AM
214 LH (9:15-3:45) and 208 LH (4:00-5:00)
Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology
Hans Clevers, MD, PhD., James Wells, PhD

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Magnetization Transfer MRI of Breast Cancer in the Community Setting: Reproducibility and Preliminary Results in Neoadjuvant Therapy. Virostko J, Sorace AG, Wu C, Ekrut D, Jarrett AM, Upadhyaya RM, Avery S, Patt D, Goodgame B, Yankeelov TE (2019) Tomography 5(1): 44-52

Added by Jack Virostko on 3/25/2019

Repeatability, reproducibility, and accuracy of quantitative mri of the breast in the community radiology setting. Sorace AG, Wu C, Barnes SL, Jarrett AM, Avery S, Patt D, Goodgame B, Luci JJ, Kang H, Abramson RG, Yankeelov TE, Virostko J (2018) J Magn Reson Imaging

Added by Jack Virostko on 3/25/2019

Fully Convolutional Neural Networks Improve Abdominal Organ Segmentation. Bobo MF, Bao S, Huo Y, Yao Y, Virostko J, Plassard AJ, Lyu I, Assad A, Abramson RG, Hilmes MA, Landman BA (2018) Proc SPIE Int Soc Opt Eng

Added by Jack Virostko on 3/25/2019

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