Research capabilities

Examples below from Siemens showing acquisition time improvements with the accelerated imaging tools

More examples of the types of imaging used by researchers at CAMRI:

High fidelity fast switching gradients are also the cornerstone of advanced diffusion imaging, allowing assessment of white matter tracts and tissue microstructure analysis in the brain, as well as other organs.

These technique are currently used by several researchers at CAMRI with interests in: 
- Traumatic brain injury
- Preterm-baby cerebral integrity and development
- Preclinical models of brain trauma
- Modeling of cerebral microstructure
- Cerebral integrity in cognitive impairment and dementia
- Cerebral inflammation

Advanced Susceptibility weighted images (SWI) provide detailed maps of vascular architecture.

This provides an additional technique used by researchers at CAMRI to study concussion and traumatic brain injuries.

The large field of view of the Vida-Fit is a valuable feature for body imaging research:

MR Cholangiopancreatography (MRCP is used by researchers at CAMRI in studies of diabetes and acute pancreatitis.

Abdominal images used by researchers at CAMRI studying gut motility.

Breast MRI are used by ABI researchers modelling breast deformation across different imaging modalities.

Zoom-It allows small field of view MRI measurements in deep tissue structures such as the prostate.

These techniques are used by several researchers at CAMRI for:
- Clinical trials of MRI for radiotherapy planning
- Prediction of tumour recurrence from Radiomics
- AI analysis of contrast enhanced, diffusion weighted and T2 weighted prostate features

Current research at CAMRI

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