Congratulations to MRI, SPECT, and microCT collaborator Zhao (3/6/2019) - and CAMI researchers on the publication of the manuscript titled “Whole-body Imaging of Cell Death Provides a Systemic, Minimally Invasive, Dynamic, and Near-real Time Indicator for Chemotherapeutic Drug Toxicity” in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Research. This work utilized multi-modal 3D imaging at CAMI to visualize chemotherapeutic drug toxicity on a personal, tissue by […]
Congratulations to MRI and microCT user Philipp Gutruf and collaborator Rogers (3/5/2019) - on the publication of their manuscript titled “Fully implantable optoelectronic systems for battery-free, multimodal operation in neuroscience research” in Nature Electronics. Their integrated platform has broad potential neuroscience applications, allowing for the novel precise dissection of neural circuits during unconstrained behavioral studies. CAMI provided MRI and microCT multi-modality data and analysis for visualizing the device […]
Congratulations to microCT user Wubin Bai and collaborator Rogers (3/5/2019) - on the publications of their manuscripts titled “Bioresorbable pressure sensors protected with thermally grown silicon dioxide for the monitoring of chronic diseases and healing processes” in Nature Biomedical Engineering and “Flexible Transient Optical Waveguides and Surface‚ÄźWave Biosensors Constructed from Monocrystalline Silicon” in Advanced Materials. Their work reports on novel bioresorbable biosensors, eliminating the need for […]
Imaging Workshop: NIS Reporter Gene Imaging of Gene, Virus and Cell Therapies | May 15, 2:00PM (5/10/2018) - Presented by Kah-Whye Peng, PhD, Chief Operations Officer of Imanis Life Sciences, on Tuesday, May 15th at 2:00PM in Silverman Hall 3510. Reporter gene imaging is used extensively in research but the resolution and sensitivity of cell detection could be improved. Dr. Peng will discuss recent efforts by Imanis to develop the next generation of […]
Pilot Project Funding for Imaging Studies (1/11/2018) - The Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging (CAMI) is offering pilot project funding for up to 10 projects/year during each of the next three years to researchers with nascent imaging projects that will benefit from CAMI expertise in imaging method development and refinement. Selected projects will be funded for a period of one year and up […]

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