In order to investigate the AD-related pathologies changes and establish an effective prevention scheme for elderly adults who have AD pathologies in China’s aging population, Guo Laboratory (http://guotf-lab.szbl.ac.cn/research/) is recruiting elderly adults age 55 and older to establish the Greater-Bay-Area Healthy Aging Brain Study(GHABS) in Shenzhen Bay Laboratory. GHABS participants will undergo clinical neuropsychological assessments, blood collection, PET and MRI imaging, and receive drug or Non-Drug AD clinical trials.
Our computational power stands out as one of our key assets. The AMIL computational cluster comprises four nodes, each with 128 CPU cores, four A40 graphics cards, and NAS storage nodes. This infrastructure underpins our research and technological advancements, streamlining our PET equipment R&D and medical image analysis. The SZBL computational cluster encompasses multiple multi-core CPU nodes, along with several Tesla V100 and A100 graphics cards. These resources are tailor-made for intricate image processing and data analysis, meeting our high-performance computational requirements in PET molecular imaging research. These provide comprehensive computing support for our research on advanced PET imaging technology.
The SZBL Precision Design and Manufacturing Platform is equipped with femtosecond lasers, micro laser-assisted processing systems, CNC machining centers, CNC milling machines, drilling machines, lathes, grinding machines, welding machines, bending machines, wire-cutting machines, laser cutting machines, 3D printers, bioprinters, measurement microscopes, atomic force microscopes, and surface profilometers. This setup offers fast, cost-effective, and reliable services for AMIL-SZBL team's PET detector and mechanical system designs.