Preclinical Imaging
January 2022

Happy New Year from Bruker. We are looking forward to working together with you in 2022. We are excited to continuing building knowledge and fostering the exchange in the Preclinical Imaging community.

MRI Award 2022

Submit your research project until January 31st. Win and present your work along with key opinion speakers on the stage at the Bruker ISMRM Scientific Workshop on May 7 2022 in London.

To participate, you only have to summarize your project on one PowerPoint slide and submit it to us.

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ISMRM 2022 - In-person Bruker Scientific Workshop May 7, 2022

We are excited to see you again in-person at this year’s Annual Meeting of the ISMRM-ESMRMB & SMRT from May, 07-12 2022 in London.

Mark your calendars now for Saturday, May 7th for the Bruker Scientific Workshop 2022 and the exclusive Bruker Night Event. Registration will open soon. In the meantime take a look at the 2021 Scientific Workshop where more than 750 colleagues from the Preclinical Imaging Community from all over the World connected to discuss and exchange knowledge.

On demand webinar

Cardiac PET/MR Imaging in Small Rodents

In this webinar Mati Pusovnik, Dr. Geoff Warnock, and Dr. Mette Lauritzen focus on preclinical cardiac PET/MRI, cardiac and respiratory gating and streamlined PET and MRI analysis. You will be able to learn about cardiac and respiratory gating in cardiac imaging. Dedicated approaches, analysis tools and frameworks demonstrate how you can streamline your cardiac PET /MRI analysis workflow.

On demand webinar

Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST) imaging Expert Series

Our Webinar Series on different facets of "Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST) imaging Expert Series" has now concluded.

If you would like to learn more on how CEST can be applied in cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, you can watch all webinars on demand.

  • "Image Molecules Using CEST MRI: Basics and Applications" with Prof. Kannie Chan
  • "Deeper Insights Into Selective CEST-MRI and Applications in Cancer Imaging" with Dr. Steffen Goerke
  • "Characteristics of Organic Compounds Producing Strong CEST Contrast and How to Use These For Cancer and Kidney Imaging" with Dr. Mike McMahon

ParaVision 360 3.2 – Available now

The ParaVision 360 Software is constantly developing. Take a look at the latest advances:

  • An Acceleration Suite including Compressed Sensing, Simultaneous Multislice Imaging, Partial Fourier with homodyne reconstruction, and 3D GRAPPA with CAIPIRINHA
  • Simplified x-nuclei imaging
  • Wooble control on magnet front touchscreen display1
  • SLASER single voxel spectroscopy that is robust against B1 inhomogeneities and provides less chemical shift displacement
  • Stacked Region Of Interest Analysis
  • Magnet status display in ParaVision and remote instrument monitoring option