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"The only source of knowledge is experience"

- Albert Einstein -

1.Total-Body PET Imaging in Infectious Diseases, TJ HenrichT Jones, D Beckford-Vera, PM Price ,HF. Van Brocklin, PET Clinics: 2020; 16,1, 89-97


2.Total Body PET: maximizing sensitivity to create new opportunities for clinical research and patient care, Simon R. Cherry, Terry Jones, Joel S. Karp, Jinyi Qi, William W. Moses, Ramsey D. J Nuc Med; 2018; 59:3–12

3. History and future technical innovation in positron emission tomography, Terry Jones, David Townsend, J. Med. Imag. 4(1), 011013 (Jan-March 2017).

4. History of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. Budinger T.F., and Jones T. In: Anders Brahme, editor-in-chief. Comprehensive Biomedical Physics, Vol 1, Amsterdam: Elsevier; September 2014. p. 1-37

5. The development, past achievements and future directions of brain PET. Jones T and Rabiner E A. J Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 2012 32, 1426-1454. 30th Anniversary Issue of the Journal

6. Oxygen extraction, oxygen metabolism and positron emission tomography: Historical perspective and impact on basic and clinical neuroscience. Baron J C and Jones T Neuroimage 2012; 61, 492-504. 20th Anniversary Issue of the Journal

7. The development and experimental medicine applications of PET in oncology a historical perspective. Jones T and Price P Lancet Oncology 2012; 13, e116-125

8. Historical Development of Functional In Vivo Studies Using Positron-emitting Tracers. Jones T Positron Emission Tomography Basic Science and Clinical Practice  Eds Valk PE, Bailey DL, Townsend DW and Maisey MNSpringer Verlang- p 3-41 (2003)

9. The History of Brain Imaging in the Cyclotron Unit using PET :A Personal Methodological Perspective by Terry Jones. Written at the time of the MRC Cyclotron Unit’s 50th anniversary in 2005 - unpublished. Opens as a .pdf

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