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Remo George is an Assistant Professor in the UAB Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. He was in clinical practice for over 10 years in Indiana, Michigan & India prior to joining the school of health professions as a faculty member. He has extensive experience in nuclear medicine procedures, radiopharmaceuticals, instrumentation, along with training in PET applications. He is also a U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensed Medical Radiation Safety Officer.
Mr. George received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Biological sciences (Zoology, Botany & Biochemistry) (1994) and his Master of Science degree in Biophysics (1996), both from Mahatma Gandhi University, India. Thereafter, he went on to obtain his post baccalaureate diploma in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the Radiation Medicine Center at the Bhaba Atomic Research Center, University of Mumbai, India (1998). He is also concurrently working towards a PhD in Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His research interest is in the use of antisense molecular beacons for the detection and attenuation of latent mycobacteria.
Latent TB; Molecular beacon; Mce4; Mycobacteria; Sirna; biotechnology; biomaterials
Remo George, Norman Bolus, Shawn Williams, Joseph Garner, Kathy Nugent and M. Tino Unlap
Research Article: J Biotechnol Biomater 2012, 2:5