Today: 24.Aug.2017
John Shanahan

John Shanahan

Mythri Shankar, M.D.: Dr. Mythri Shankar has trained extensively in Nuclear Medicine from various globally renowned institutions such as UCLA, Cedars Sinai, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, and Harvard Medical School. She is a member of several international organizations such as the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and the Society of Nuclear Medicine (USA & India). She is a member of the International Board of Advisors for Environmentalists for Nuclear - USA, website: efn-usa.org.

Dr. Rodrigo Muñoz Casillas, Dra. Nora E. Kerik Rotenberg, Dr. Iván Eudaldo Díaz Meneses, M. en C. Carlos Alberto Reynoso Mejía. Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía “Manuel Velazco Suárez”: La Tomografía por Emisión de Positrones (PET) es la técnica de diagnóstico por imagen de medicina nuclear en la cual se aplica al paciente un radiofármaco (unión de un fármaco con farmacocinética conocida a un átomo radiactivo emisor de positrones). La PET/CT cerebral con 18F-FDG (análogo de la glucosa) evalúa el metabolismo glucolítico cerebral ya que éste proporciona aproximadamente el 95% del ATP necesario para la función cerebral.

Cecilia Martín del Campo, Professor of Nuclear Engineering: This is a short three page summary of nuclear energy, nuclear medicine and nuclear science in Mexico now and with projections into the next few decades.

David Wallace-Wells, New York Magazine, Aiko Stevenson, Huffington Post: Although climate change may now rank alongside ISIS as the world’s most feared security threat according to a new Pew report, the horrors that global warming will unleash in the future, are far “worse than you think” warns David Wallace-Wells. In his sobering piece in New York Magazine, he says that “even within the lifetime of a teenager today .. parts of the Earth will likely become close to uninhabitable, and other parts horrifically inhospitable.”