Molecular Imaging at Michigan State University
Welcome to the Hardy Lab at Michigan State University, established August 2017!
The Hardy laboratory studies bacterial infections that affect
children, exploiting multiple techniques of live animal, non-invasive
imaging. These methods reveal the extent of infection, as well as
the consequences to the host, over time in individual animals. The
methods are non-invasive and require only mild anesthetics,
permitting the dynamics of the diseases to be visualized, and
revealing patterns not readily apparent to more classical methods.
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