Preclinical MRI is a highly versatile and non-invasive imaging technique that enables researchers to study internal organs, bones, and soft tissues in animal models. With its ability to provide high-resolution images of anatomical structures and functions, preclinical MRI is an invaluable tool for investigating a wide range of medical conditions, including cancer, neurological disorders, and cardiovascular diseases.
Through longitudinal and multimodal studies, preclinical MRI also allows researchers to track disease progression and the effects of various treatments over time. To support diverse research needs, our facility offers a range of MRI systems that are suitable for studying small animals as well as larger farm animals. Our team of experts is also available to provide training and support to optimize your preclinical MRI studies.
– High-resolution 3D imaging
– MRI cell labeling and tracking
– Molecular PET / MRI multiparametric functional and molecular imaging
– Drug development
– Study disease progression
– Monitor therapy response
– Assess drug-drug interactions