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Faculty List

Roger Slavik

Email Address: rslavik@mednet.ucla.edu

Mailing Address:
650 Charles E Young Drive South
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Department / Division Affiliations
Assistant Professor, Molecular & Medical Pharmacology


Publications
Slavik Roger, Grether Uwe, Müller Herde Adrienne, Gobbi Luca, Fingerle Jürgen, Ullmer Christoph, Krämer Stefanie D, Schibli Roger, Mu Linjing, Ametamey Simon M Discovery of a high affinity and selective pyridine analog as a potential positron emission tomography imaging agent for cannabinoid type 2 receptor. Journal of medicinal chemistry. 2015; 58(10): 4266-77.
Slavik Roger, Herde Adrienne Müller, Bieri Daniel, Weber Markus, Schibli Roger, Krämer Stefanie D, Ametamey Simon M, Mu Linjing Synthesis, radiolabeling and evaluation of novel 4-oxo-quinoline derivatives as PET tracers for imaging cannabinoid type 2 receptor. European journal of medicinal chemistry. 2015; 92(10): 554-64.
Slavik Roger, Bieri Daniel, Cermak Stjepko, Müller Adrienne, Krämer Stefanie D, Weber Markus, Schibli Roger, Ametamey Simon M, Mu Linjing Development and evaluation of novel PET tracers for imaging cannabinoid receptor type 2 in brain. Chimia. 2014; 68(4): 208-10.
Mu Linjing, Slavik Roger, Müller Adrienne, Popaj Kasim, Cermak Stjepko, Weber Markus, Schibli Roger, Krämer Stefanie D, Ametamey Simon M Synthesis and Preliminary Evaluation of a 2-Oxoquinoline Carboxylic Acid Derivative for PET Imaging the Cannabinoid Type 2 Receptor. Pharmaceuticals (Basel, Switzerland). 2014; 7(3): 339-52.
Mu Linjing, Bieri Daniel, Slavik Roger, Drandarov Konstantin, Müller Adrienne, Cermak Stjepko, Weber Markus, Schibli Roger, Krämer Stefanie D, Ametamey Simon M Radiolabeling and in vitro /in vivo evaluation of N-(1-adamantyl)-8-methoxy-4-oxo-1-phenyl-1,4-dihydroquinoline-3-carboxamide as a PET probe for imaging cannabinoid type 2 receptor. Journal of neurochemistry. 2013; 126(5): 616-24.
Meščić Andrijana, Betzel Thomas, Müller Adrienne, Slavik Roger, Cermak Stjepko, Raić-Malić Silvana, Ametamey Simon M Synthesis and biological evaluation of a new acyclic pyrimidine derivative as a probe for imaging herpes simplex virus type 1 thymidine kinase gene expression. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 2013; 18(7): 8535-49.
Müller Ursina, Ross Tobias L, Ranadheera Charlene, Slavik Roger, Müller Adrienne, Born Mariana, Trauffer Evelyn, Sephton Selena Milicevic, Scapozza Leonardo, Krämer Stefanie D, Ametamey Simon M Synthesis and preclinical evaluation of a new C-6 alkylated pyrimidine derivative as a PET imaging agent for HSV1-tk gene expression. American journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. 2013; 3(1): 71-84.