Welcome! Our lab is affiliated with Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

What we do

Our research focuses on developing and applying novel neuroimaging methods for translational neuroscience studies to relate changes in neurochemistry and brain function. We are interested in investigating neuroreceptor systems in responses to behavioral and/or pharmacological challenges in health and diseases, with an emphasis on applied substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. In addition, we are working on pushing the limits of existing PET and MRI methods to improve their spatial and temporal capability.

What we are interested in

Brain Function
PET/MR Imaging
Recent News

2018/08/20 Welcome Huey-Ling joining the lab.
2018/07/01 Our lab received a Cutting-edge Basic Research Award (R21) from the NIH.
2018/01/02 Welcome Will joining the lab.
Welcome Jonathan joining the lab.
2017/09/15 Dr. Wey received a New Investigator Award from the American Federation for Aging Research to investigate epigenetic mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease.
2017/05/01 New website online.
2016/08/01 Our first-in-human study of [11C]Martinostat for imaging epigenetic machinery is published in Science Translational Medicine.
2016/07/01 Dr. Wey became an Assistant Professor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Assistant in Biomedical Engineering at Mass. General Hospital.

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