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BioSpec 3T: Extending the Applications of Multi-purpose Preclinical MRI

Small animal pre-clinical imaging is a vital tool in the field of biomedical research, allowing the study of biological processes and potential diagnostic or therapeutic agents in living animals. Today, pre-clinical imaging often involves multimodal systems that combine anatomical techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with visualization techniques such as positron emission tomography (PET).

Small animal pre-clinical imaging is a vital tool in the field of biomedical research, allowing the study of biological processes and potential diagnostic or therapeutic agents in living animals.

Today, pre-clinical imaging often involves multimodal systems that combine anatomical techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with visualization techniques such as positron emission tomography (PET). 

In this webinar, MRI Product Specialist for Bruker BioSpin, Dr. Thomas Basse-Lüsebrink, will discuss Bruker’s BioSpec 3T. Designed for the study of mice and rats, this system, which combines Bruker’s latest MRI technology with carefully designed software applications and multimodal options, is fully compatible with other imaging modalities such as PET. 

Also speaking at the webinar, will be Bruker BioSpin’s most senior MRI Application Scientist, Dr. Erich Treiber, who will discuss the special protocols designed for the system and how they will benefit newcomers as well as those who are already experts in MRI imaging.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar will be suitable for anyone with an interest in translational imaging, particularly clinicians, biologists and anyone not especially familiar with MRI, since the provided protocols allow straightforward MRI imaging. Additionally, as a full grown BioSpec system, the BioSpec 3T is also of interest to MRI experts.

Speakers

Dr. Thomas Basse

Product Specialist MRIBruker BioSpin Ettlingen, Germany

Thomas joined Bruker in 2014 as an application scientist and is now the Product Specialist MRI at Bruker. Previously, he studied Physics at the University of Würzburg where he graduated in 2012. During his time in Würzburg, Thomas focused on the application of 19F MRI in fields of neurology and oncology.

Dr. Erich Treiber

Senior Application Scientist, Bruker BioSpin - Germany

Erich started at Bruker in 1986. He was in charge of the clinical MRI scanners (0.15T to 1T). After discontinuation of the human whole body MRI scanners he joined the application group. He studied physics at the University of Stuttgart. Already as a post-doc at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada he worked with Bruker BioSpec systems.