Dr. Sophie Pezet and Dr. Benjamin Vidal will discuss methodology, applications and new possibilities enabled by functional ultrasound (fUS) imaging, with a focus on chronic pain and neuropharmacology research.
Michael Czech, PhD discusses adipose tissue "browning" as a treatment for metabolic disease, and presents recent data using light sheet microscopy to visualize functional changes in adipose tissue depots.
In this webinar, Petra Julia Koch and Paul Zaslansky, from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, discuss the importance of 3D data in current digital orthodontics applications and how clinical research can build on the data micro-CT can provide.
Experts outline techniques and analysis methods for MRE, and both discuss and demonstrate implementation of MRE in a broad range of preclinical research applications in healthy animals and models of disease.
Experts discuss electrical and optical-based techniques capable of stimulating and recording neuronal activity during fMRI, share examples using these tools to study neurovascular coupling, and introduce a method to acquire fMRI data at zero echo time and discuss the advantages over traditional fMRI technique.
Dr. Marty Pagel introduces the CEST MRI technique, demonstrates a basic experiment, and explains why measuring protein, acid, and metabolite content can be so beneficial in applications of brain ischemia and cancer.
Experts provide a guided tour to PET image reconstruction for the application-oriented user. They share the pros and cons, and give you a glimpse of what to expect in the future with exciting insights into future trends.
NMI experts describe quality control procedures and image corrections for the Bruker PET technology, demonstrate image transfer to PMOD for analysis and outline best practices to ensure good quantitative PET.
Tonya Coulthard discusses the SuperArgus PET/CT systems, reviewing both basic and unique imaging capabilities, including real-time imaging of awake animals as well as multiplexed PET imaging of standard and non-standard isotopes.