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Past Webinars2021-03-22T17:39:57-04:00

(August 26, 2021) Webinar #4 Live Virtual Demonstration of the IVM System

Overview: Welcome to the final 4-part series of the IVIM Intravital Microscopy. Using available models, we walked attendees through the system’s workflow as a user and provide in-depth information on setting up an animal for imaging, acquiring microscopic

(July 28th, 2021) Webinar: Applications Overview Using Low-Field MRI To Study Research Areas Such as Cancer, Brain, and CNS

About Rutgers Molecular Imaging Center and the Aspect M2 The Rutgers Molecular Imaging Center received the Aspect M2 in the summer of 2012. With the versatility of the M2, a wide range of studies and over 85000 scans have been

(July 21, 2021) Webinar #3 Applications Review – Highlighting Imaging Examples Using the IVM Intravital Microscope

Overview: After introducing intravital imaging in Webinar #1 and the IVM system and its capabilities in Webinar #2, we brought you real-world examples of IVM applications in collaboration with our reference sites. We presented specific examples of how

(June 23, 2021) Webinar #2 – Introducing the IVM Intravital Microscope

Overview: In this second session of the IVM webinar series, we took a deeper look at the IVM all-in-one intravital microscope. The IVM system is a carefully engineered state-of-the-art intravital fluorescence microscopy platform optimized to perform real-time imaging

(June 22nd, 2021) Introducing Vilber’s Product Line of Gel Imaging Systems

Overview: In this webinar, Alexis will introduce the Fusion fluorescence and chemiluminescence systems manufactured by Vilber.  The Fusion systems are the ideal multimodal imaging platform designed for molecular biology laboratories. They cover the spectrum of chemiluminescence, multiplexing fluorescence and

(June 16, 2021) LIVE Online Demonstration: Doppler Flow Velocity System (DFVS)

View our hands-on demonstration of the Doppler Flow Velocity System. In this session we covered: Measurement for Cardiac systolic and diastolic function Serial measurements in response to interventions Severity of transverse aortic constriction (TAC) Coronary flow distribution Hyperemic velocity responses Pulse Wave Velocity from two

(June 10th, 2021) Learn More About Live Cell Imaging and Analysis

Overview: During this webinar, Dr. Parkins reviewed automated, time-lapse microscopy and image-based cell counting and discuss generating high-quality and robust data using the CytoSMART products offered by Scintica. The system specifications, potential applications, and example data will be

(June 9, 2021) Live Demonstration: iNSiGHT, DXA Imaging System For Body Composition Analysis

Watch our hands-on demonstration of the iNSiGHT, DXA imaging system for body composition analysis. During this live demonstration, we showed the full imaging and measurement capabilities of the iNSiGHT system. These measurements included: Bone mineral density in g/cm2 Bone

(June 8, 2021) Doppler Flow Velocity Assessment as an Index of Cardiovascular Health in Preclinical Studies

During this webinar Dr. Anand Narayanan reviewed the cardiovascular physiology principles and how cardiovascular systems adapt in the context of old age and exercise. Dr. Narayanan's research focuses on the effects of old age and exercise training on cardiovascular

(May 20, 2020) Webinar #1 – Modality Review: The Basics of Intravital Fluorescence Microscopy

Overview: This is the first of a 4-part series introducing Scintica’s newly formed relationship with IVIM Technology and their IntraVital Microscopy platform (IVM). In this session, we introduced the fundamentals of fluorescence microscopy, review some example images, and

(May 19, 2021) Live Demonstration: iNSiGHT, DXA Imaging System For Body Composition Analysis

Live hands-on demonstration of the iNSiGHT, DXA imaging system for body composition analysis. During this live demonstration, we showed the full imaging and measurement capabilities of the iNSiGHT system. These measurements included: Bone mineral density in g/cm2 Bone mineral

(May 27, 2021) LIVE Online Demonstration: Prospect T1, High-Frequency Ultrasound System

Enjoy our hands-on demonstration of the Prospect T1, high-frequency ultrasound system During this live demonstration, we demonstrated the animal preparation steps and positioning for mice on the Prospect T1. We showed the following cardiac views on both species: Long

(May 17, 2021) Introducing the Newton 7.0 Optical Imaging System: The Modality, System Features and Applications

Overview: In this webinar, Katie reviewed how optical imaging works and provided some common examples of how it’s used within preclinical research. She introduced the Newton 7.0 FT500, an optical imaging system manufactured by Vilber that included bioluminescence,

(May 6, 2021) Precision Oncology: Combining Orthotopic-PDX Models and MRI, Moving Research Forward, and Improve Clinical Outcomes

Overview: Certis Oncology Solutions is a precision oncology and translational science company. It works directly with cancer patients and their oncologists to help determine the best therapies for individuals, and also partners with pharmaceutical companies to help develop

(May 5, 2021) Webinar # 1 – Modality Review: The Basics of Photoacoustic and Fluorescence Tomography

Overview: This is the 1st of a 4-part series introducing Scintica’s newly formed relationship with PhotoSound and introducing the TriTom family of Photoacoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT) systems. In this session, we introduced the fundamentals of both photoacoustic and

(April 14, 2021) LIVE Online Demonstration: Doppler Flow Velocity System (DFVS)

View our hands-on demonstration of the Doppler Flow Velocity System, a non-invasive, real-time pulsed Doppler measurement device for studying cardiovascular function in a variety of small animal models, such as mice and rats. During this live demonstration we demonstrated and explained:

( April 13, 2021) WEBINAR: Multimodal Optical and Morphological Imaging in Cancer and Drug Research

Overview: Multimodal imaging has evolved as a key technology in preclinical research, combining morphological, functional, and molecular imaging. Near-infrared optical imaging enables precise and dynamic biodistribution studies, whereas the use of luciferases as reporter genes is successfully applied

(March 31, 2021) LIVE Online Demonstration: Prospect T1, High-Frequency Ultrasound System

Hands-on demonstration of the Prospect T1, high-frequency ultrasound system During this live demonstration we demonstrated the animal preparation steps and positioning for both mice and rats on the Prospect T1. We also showed the following cardiac views on both

(March 30, 2021) Session 3: NGB-R Workflow, Hands-On Hardware and Software Demonstration from the Users Perspective

Overview: On this third and final session of the series, we took an in depth look at the NGB-R workflow from the user’s perspective. As a review, the NGB-R system provides disruptive 4D bioprinting technology including laser-assisted bioprinting

(March 18, 2021) WEBINAR: How can (fluorescent) live-cell imaging be used for cell viability analysis?

Overview: In this free webinar, CytoSMART partnered with prominent labs from academia to facilitate an open discussion about the use of live-cell imaging for viability analysis. They covered: The use of both brightfield and fluorescent live-cell imaging to

(March 11, 2021) Session 2: A Detailed Review of 4D Bioprinting Applications using the NGB-R System from Poietis

Overview: In this second session of the series, we took a deeper look into specific 4D bioprinting applications and examples using the next generation bioprinting (NGB-R) system from Poietis. As a review, the NGB-R system provides disruptive 4D

(March 9, 2021) WEBINAR: Low-Field MRI for Optical/MRI Studies of Optical Clearing In Vivo

Overview: Dr. Bogdanov discussed how multimodality registration of optical and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the same voxels of live tissue could be aided by paramagnetic contrast agents that provide optical clearing (OC) effect. His lab investigated the

(March 4, 2021) WEBINAR: Aortic acceleration as a noninvasive index of left ventricular contractility in the mouse

Overview: Key topics covered during this webinar included: Evaluating cardiac contractility using mean or peak aortic acceleration Investigating cardiac relaxation using mitral peak early velocity to peak atrial velocity ratio Interpreting myocardial perfusion capacity through coronary flow reserve

(March 3, 2021) WEBINAR: The SuperArgus state-of-the-art preclinical PET/CT system: An overview of the technical specifications, unique product features and novel applications

Overview: Learning Objectives: Introduction to preclinical positron emission tomography Introduction to Sedecal The SuperArgus: product overview What makes the Sedecal systems unique Applications and current research On Demand Slide Deck These systems

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