Park, Jae Mo
Jae Mo Park is an Assistant Professor in the Advanced Imaging Research Center at UT Southwestern and ECE Affiliate Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at UT Dallas. His research focuses on the "development of novel noninvasive molecular imaging tools to elucidate in vivo metabolism and function of normal and pathological states, particularly in brain."
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In Vivo Assessment of Increased Oxidation of Branched-Chain Amino Acids in Glioblastoma (Nature Publishing Group, 2019-01-23)Altered branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) metabolism is a distinctive feature of various cancers and plays an important role in sustaining tumor proliferation and aggressiveness. Despite the therapeutic and diagnostic ...
Cancer Metabolism and Tumor Heterogeneity: Imaging Perspectives Using MR Imaging and Spectroscopy Cancer cells reprogram their metabolism to maintain viability via genetic mutations and epigenetic alterations, expressing overall dynamic heterogeneity. The complex relaxation mechanisms of nuclear spins provide unique ...