Engineering Presentations

Inside the MOMENTUM MPI System
Nov 26, 2019. Jeff Gaudet, PhD.

Introduction to the Hardware and Imaging workflow From MSU’s IQ Imaging facility, Jeff Gaudet, the Head of Applications at Magnetic Insight walks through a demonstration of the MOMENTUM system. This demo includes a look underneath the covers at the hardware, a walkthrough on sample preparation, and imaging through the user interface.

Scientific Presentations

2020 vEMIM: Imaging Cancer Immunology
Aug 24, 2020. Jeff Gaudet, PhD, Gang Ren, PhD, Daniel Hensley, PhD, James Mansfield, PhD, Patrick Goodwill, PhD.

Listen to thought leaders from Magnetic Insight and Stanford speak at the 2020 virtual 15th European Molecular Imaging Meeting on monitoring CD-47 mAb treatment in vivo using Magnetic Particle Imaging.

Multimodal Imaging of Immune Cells
Aug 13, 2020. Eric Ahrens, PhD, Paula Foster, PhD.

This webinar describes the potential applications for magnetic particle imaging (MPI) in immune cell imaging. The Foster lab has been developing cellular magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tools for well over a decade using both SPIOs and fluorine-19 (19F)-based contrast agents for numerous important applications, including tracking of immune and stem cells used for cellular therapies.

Globally Advancing Molecular Imaging to Enable Breakthrough Research
Jul 30, 2020. James Mansfield, PhD, Nicolas Carvou, PhD.

Magnetic Insight’s James R. Mansfield, PhD and Nicolas Carvou, PhD host a special webinar highlighting biomedical advances with magnetic particle imaging (MPI) and how MPI can benefit research globally.

Multimodal Imaging of Immune Cells
Jul 10, 2020. Kimberly Brewer, PhD, Olivia Claire Sehl.

This talk focuses on three imaging modalities used for in vivo cell tracking: iron-based MRI, fluorine-19 MRI, and magnetic particle imaging (MPI). The advantages and limitations of each modality are  discussed. We explore pre-clinical MRI and MPI imaging of therapeutic cells, including mesenchymal stem cells, T cells, and peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC). We will also show how these imaging techniques are used to visualize and quantify transplant- and tumor-associated inflammation.

 

Cellular Imaging of a Patient-Derived Xenograft Model of Breast Cancer Using MPI and BLI
Jun 26, 2020. Savita Dhanvantari, PhD, Natasha Knier.

This talk covers cell tracking with MRI, BLI and MPI, using cellular MRI to characterize the fate of a brain trophic cell line in the NSG and nude mouse, and dual modality imaging to monitor a patient-derived xenograft model of breast cancer.

eSymposium: Learn from the Experts in MPI | Day 2: MPI in Hyperthermia
Jun 25, 2020. Jeff Gaudet, PhD, Robert Ivkov, PhD, Zhi Wei Tay, PhD, Carlos Rinaldi, PhD.

Watch the recording of day 2 of our eSympsium with Robert Ivkov, PhD of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Carlos Rinaldi, PhD of University of Florida, Zhi Wei Tay, PhD of Singapore Bioimaging Consortium, and moderated by Magnetic Insight’s very own Director of Applications Jeff Gaudet, PhD.

eSymposium: Learn from the Experts in MPI | Day 1: Clinical MPI
Jun 24, 2020. Patrick Goodwill, PhD, Tobias Knopp, PhD, Steve Conolly, PhD, Erica Mason, PhD.

Watch the recording of day 1 of our eSympsium with Tobias Knopp, PhD of University Hospital Hamburg, Steve Conolly, PhD of University of California, Berkeley, Erica Mason, PhD of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, and moderated by Magnetic Insight’s very own CTO Patrick Goodwill, PhD.

 

New Directions in Nanomedicine: Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI)
Jun 18, 2020. Christopher Contag, PhD, Ashley Makela, PhD, Erik Shapiro, PhD, Bryan Smith, PhD.

Just in case you missed the Thursday, June 18, 2020 WMIS webinar on New Directions in Nanomedicine: Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) hosted by Christopher Contag, PhD, Michigan State University and with Ashley Makela, PhD, Erik Shapiro, PhD, Bryan Smith, PhD, Michigan State University you can access a recording above.

Technology Review on Magnetic Particle Imaging, Advances in Disease Detection and Therapy
Jan 28, 2020. Jeff Gaudet, PhD, James Mansfield, PhD.

Watch our on-demand webinar with Magnetic Insight’s James Mansfield and Dr. Jeff Gaudet, and learn more about the basis of MPI technology and the broad functionality it offers in quantitative detection of in vivo functional events and therapeutic delivery through nanotechnology.


IWMPI 2013: Opening Remarks by Prof. Steven Conolly
Mar 23, 2013. Steve Conolly, PhD.

The 3rd IWMPI took place at University of California, Berkeley on March 23-24, 2013. This video includes the opening remarks by Prof. Steven M. Conolly, the workshop chair.

 


Seeing Stem Cells in the Body: Magnetic Particle Imaging
May 24, 2012. Steve Conolly, PhD

Prof. Steve Conolly discusses Magnetic Particle Imaging, MPI, a new methodology that has the promise to be 200 times more sensitivity than magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). A big obstacle to developing stem cell therapies is being able to visualize the cells inside the body. This is critical to confirm that the stem cells are targeted to the right place and are providing therapeutic benefit. Current imaging technology are not adequate for tracking stem cells in vivo.

Events

Society for Thermal Medicine 2021

Session 3

Magnetic fluid hyperthermia – why do we need imaging?
Dec 2, 2020. Andris Bakuzis, PhD, Costas Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD, John B. Weaver, PhD.

Listen to Magnetic Particle Imaging thought-leaders speaking at the Society for Thermal Medicine on why we need imaging.

 

Society for Thermal Medicine 2021

Session 2

Arousing Tumor and Systemic Immunity with Magnetic Nanomedicine
Nov 18, 2020. Steven Fiering, PhD.

Listen to Magnetic Particle Imaging thought-leaders speaking at the Society for Thermal Medicine on arousing tumor and systemic immunity with MPI.

 

 

Society for Thermal Medicine 2021

Session 1

Magnetic Particle Imaging and its Applications in Biomedicine
Nov 11, 2020. Patrick Goodwill, PhD, Paula Foster, PhD, Carlos Rinaldi, PhD.

Listen to Magnetic Insight CTO, Patrick Goodwill speak with Paula Foster, PhD of Western University and Robarts Research Institute as well as Carlos Rinaldi, PhD of University of Florida at the Society for Thermal Medicine’s virtual webinar series on magnetic particle imaging.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Session 1

Tracking Adoptive T Cell Immunotherapy Using MPI
Angelie Rivera Rodriguez.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Session 1

In Vivo Tracking of Dendritic Cels Using Synomag-D and Magnetic Particle Imaging
Corby Fink.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Session 1

The Development Of Magnetoendosymbionts (Mes) For Magnetic Particle Imaging, Optical Imaging, And Their Use For Eukaryotic Cellular Control Via Thermal Induction
Melissa Schott.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Session 2

Highly Sensitive Magnetic Particle Imaging of Vulnerable Atherosclerotic Plaque with Active MPO-targeted Nanoparticles
Wei Tong.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Session 2

Multimodal iron-based contrast agent for efficient Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Magnetic Particle Imaging
Marco Gerosa.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Session 2

Non-Radioactive And Sensitive Tracking Of Neutrophils Towards Inflammation Using Antibody Functionalized Magnetic Particle Imaging Tracers
Barry Fung.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Producing High-Performance Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Imaging

Ali Dadfar.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Dendritic cell based immunotherapy

Julia Gevaert.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

MPI analysis and quantification of iron in different volumes

Sitong Liu.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Long circulating tracer tailored for Magnetic Particle Imaging

Wei Tong.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Measuring SPIO Chain Formation Times for High-Resolution MPI with Magnetic Particle Relaxometry

Caylin Colson.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Recent Advances in Cerebral Magnetic Particle Imaging Using a Highly Sensitive Head Coil           

Matthias Graser.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Comparing the detection of breast cancer brain metastasis with magnetic particle imaging (MPI) to MRI       

Natasha Knier.

Rising Stars in MPI 2021

Power Pitches

Superparamagnetic nanoparticles induce in situ amorphization of celecoxib in an alternating magnetic field     

Shaquib Rahman Ansari.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Session 1

Evidence that SPIO Chain Formation is Essential for Super-Resolution MPI        

Caylin Colson.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Session 1

A Comparison of MRI And MPI For The Longitudinal Detection And Quantification Of Ferumoxytol-Labelled Mesenchymal Stem Cells In Vivo

Olivia Sehl.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Session 1

Quantitative Drug Release Monitoring in Tumors Of Living Subjects By Magnetic Particle Imaging Nanocomposite

Yapei Zhang.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Session 2

Monitoring Transplanted Stem Cell-Derived Islet Organoids Using Magnetic Particle Imaging In Vivo 

Aixia Sun.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Session 2

Surface protein targeted molecular imaging approach for tracking white blood cells to inflammation using Magnetic Particle Imaging

Barry Fung.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Power Pitches

Artificial Intelligence Analysis of Magnetic Particle Imaging For Islet Transplantation In A Mouse Model

Hasaan Hayat.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Power Pitches

Employing Active and Passive Compensation to Improve SNR of Arbitrary Waveform Relaxometer

Quincy Huynh.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Power Pitches

Dynamics Of Chain Formation and Decay For Super-Resolution Magnetic Particle Imaging

K. L. Barry Fung.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Power Pitches

Advancements in the Receive Hardware for Single-Sided Field Free Line MPI Scanner

Jason Pagan.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Power Pitches

Comparing Detection Limits of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) To Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Using Super Paramagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles In A Breast Cancer Metastasis Model

Kierstin Melo.

Rising Stars in MPI 2020

Power Pitches

Comparison of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Imaging

Julia Gevaert.