European Molecular Imaging Meeting (EMIM)
March 20-23 San Sebastian, Spain

 

Innovative Molecular Imaging with MPI


Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) is an emerging in vivo Molecular Imaging technique.  Combining high tracer contrast, picogram sensitivity, and linear quantification; MPI allows minute quantities of iron to be imaged anywhere in the body. Superparamagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) nanoparticles are biocompatible and non-radioactive. Visit us at Booth #22 to learn more!

Since the launch of the MOMENTUM Magnetic Particle Imaging scanner in 2017, researchers around the world have successfully implemented new disease models and published in numerous fields.

Applications include:
  • Oncology
  • Tracking Cellular Therapeutics
  • Vascular Perfusion
  • Inflammation
  • Nanoparticle Development
  • And more!

Join EMIM's session on MPI - The Future of Nanoparticle Research


Join us for a glimpse at the newest breakthroughs in Magnetic Particle Imaging on Thursday March 22nd. Featuring presentations from leading experts, we will be exploring the expanding role of iron oxide nanoparticles in enabling research and impacting the clinic.
This is the one session you do not want to miss! The MI team has something special in store for the first 50 attendees that show up!

Thursday, March 22nd at 8:30 am Lecture Room 4/5.  Sign up at the registration portal HERE

AGENDA-
  • MPI: Today and Tomorrow 
    Prof. Steven Conolly Ph.D., UC Berkeley
     
  • In vivo Cell Tracking with Iron Oxide Nanoparticles
    Prof. Paula Foster Ph.D., Robarts Research Institute

     
  • "Making SPIO's Great Again" and Current Clinical Impact 
    Dr. Eric Mayes Ph.D., CEO EndoMag Inc

     
  • Experience the MOMENTUM Magnetic Particle Imaging System 
    Dr. Daniel Hensley Ph.D., Magnetic Insight Inc

Notable MPI Breakthroughs

  • 250 cell detection at depth, in vivo. We are just at the beginning!
  • Targeted Nanoparticles: Exploring novel nanomedicine strategies for cancer diagnosis.
  • High contrast in vivo detection of internal bleeding.
  • Precision theranostics for imaging and RF heating of therapeutic nanoparticles. 

Janus Iron Oxides @ Semiconducting Polymer Nanoparticle Tracer for Cell Tracking by Magnetic Particle Imaging
Guosheng Song, Min Chen, Yanrong Zhang, Liyang Cui, Haibo Qu, Xianchuang Zheng, Max Wintermark, Zhuang 
Liu and Jianghong Rao, 2017 Nano Lett., 2018, 18 (1), pp 182–189 DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b03829

Tomographic magnetic particle imaging of cancer targeted nanoparticles
Hamed Arami, Eric Teeman, Alyssa Troksa
Haydin Bradshaw, Katayoun Saatchi, Asahi Tomitaka, Sanjiv Sam Gambhir, Urs O. Häfeli, Denny Liggittg and Kannan M. Krishnan. Nanoscale, 2017,9, 18723-18730 DOI:10.1039/C7NR05502A

Magnetic Particle Imaging for Highly Sensitive, Quantitative, and Safe in Vivo Gut Bleed Detection in a Murine Model.
Elaine Y. Yu, Prashant Chandrasekharan, RanBerzon, Zhi Wei Tay, Xinyi Y. Zhou, Amit P. Khandhar, R. Matthew Ferguson, Scott J. Kemp, Bo Zheng, Patrick W. Goodwill, Michael F. Wendland, Kannan M. Krishnan, Spencer Behr, Jonathan Carter, and Steven M. Conolly. ACS Nano DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.7b04844

Combining magnetic particle imaging and magnetic fluid hyperthermia in a theranostic platform
Daniel Hensley, Zhi Wei Tay, Rohan Dhavalikar, Bo Zheng, Patrick Goodwill, Carlos Rinaldi and Steven Conolly
Physics in Medicine & Biology, 2017 Volume 62, Number 9 DOI: 10.1088/1361-6560/aa5601