eSymposium: Learn from the Experts in MPI | Day 2: MPI in Hyperthermia
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
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)
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.
2019 WMIS MPI session: 2019: Four MPI talks
Watch a recording of the 2019 WMIS MPI session: 2019: Four MPI talks with Ashley Makela of MSU, Prashant Chandrasekharan of UC Berkeley, Elayne Yu formerly of UC Berkeley (now Magnetic Insight), and Volkmar Schutz of Aachen.
Webinar: Technology Review on Magnetic Particle Imaging, Advances in Disease Detection and Therapy
Magnetic Insight is advancing preclinical research through magnetic particle imaging (MPI) Imaging a quantitative, non-invasive and sensitive tracer imaging technology that enables the longitudinal tracking of therapeutic cells, monitoring inflammation, and localized theranostics.
Inside the MOMENTUM MPI SystemIntroduction 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.
A big obstacle to developing stem cell therapies is being able to visualize the cells inside the body. This will be critical to confirm that the stem cells are targeted to the right place and are providing therapeutic benefit. Current imaging technology is not adequate for tracking stem cells in vivo.
The International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI) is the premier forum for researchers working in the field of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). 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.