Professor Thomas Meade Receives World Molecular Imaging Society's Gold Medal Award
October 6, 2020
Professor Thomas Meade will be awarded the World Molecular Imaging Society's highest honor, the Gold Medal Award, on Wednesday, October 7th.
“Meade was chosen for his sustained research in the areas of magnetic resonance and optical molecular imaging, visionary breakthroughs for deep tissue imaging, and advances in quantitative and biologically specific interrogation of living systems,” says Martin Pomper, MD, PhD Director of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Johns Hopkins Medicine, Chair of the Awards Committee WMIS.
“I am incredibly honored to receive this award,” says Dr. Meade. “It’s wonderful when your curiosity and passion for science can lead to discoveries that can impact people’s lives for the better. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about.”
Read the full press release here. Congratulations, Professor Meade, on this prestigious honor!