JEREMIE CALAIS - MD MSc
NUCLEAR MEDICINE - CANCEROLOGY IMAGING - THERANOSTICS
Director of the Clinical Theranostics Research Program at UCLA.
Assistant Professor at UCLA.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at UCLA
Master of Science at Paris-Sud University
Nuclear Medicine Clinical Fellowship at X.Bichat University Hospital of Paris
Nuclear Medicine Residency at H.Becquerel University Cancer Center of Rouen
Medical School at Paris VII Diderot University
Assistant Professor at the Ahmanson Translational Theranostics Division of the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology. Dr. Calais received his MD degree from the University of Paris-Diderot in 2010. He subsequently trained in nuclear medicine and cancer imaging at the Henri Becquerel Cancer Center of the University of Rouen and was board certified by the French Society of Nuclear Medicine in 2014. His work focuses on improving the outcomes of cancer patients by translating and applying novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. He uses PET/CT imaging for cancer phenotyping, radiation therapy planning and therapy response assessment. He leads the clinical theranostics research program at UCLA that combines radionuclide therapy and imaging.