Scintica is happy to announce our partnership with PhotoSound, manufacturer of the TriTom systems. The TriTom platform is based on Photoacoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT) technology providing inherently co-registered high resolution photoacoustic and fluorescence optical tomography as the images are acquired simultaneously.

We will introduce the TriTom Photoacoustic Imaging Systems and their applications over a 4-part webinar mini-series.


Note: Please ensure you register for each session in the series. Or email us and we will register you for all 4 sessions.

1ˢᵗ Session


Modality Review: The Basics of Photoacoustic and Fluorescence Tomography

Date: May 5, 2021

Time: 11am EST

Speaker: Aparajita Verma, Ph.D Application Specialist, Scintica


Webinar Topics:

  • Introduction to Scintica and PhotoSound’s newly formed partnership and the TriTom systems.
  • Introduction to the fundamentals of both photoacoustic and fluorescence tomography.


2ⁿᵈ Session


Introducing the TriTom Family of PAFT Systems

Date:  TBD

Time: TBD

Speakers: Aparajita Verma Ph.D , Scintica, & PhotoSound

Key webinar discussion topics include:

  • Main features of the TriTom system
  • Data format and image processing
  • Common applications and advantages of using the system
  • Potential of TriTom system in addressing existing research gaps

3ʳᵈ Session


Applications Review – HIghlighting Recent Imaging Examples Using TriTom Systems

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Speakers: Dr. Pilham Kim, Ph.D. & Dr. Keehoon Jung, Ph.D.


TriTom is a valuable tool for numerous preclinical fields of research. During the webinar we will:

  • Discuss the use of TriTom systems in diverse applications
  • Highlight recent research and images acquired using the TriTom System


4th Session


LIVE Virtual Demonstration of the TriTom System

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Speakers: Aparajita Verma, Ph.D & PhotoSound


This live demonstration will illustrate the animal preparation steps and positioning of the animal within the TriTom System. We will also show the following:

  • Rotational configurations which allow the reconstruction of the volumetric images
  • Step by step protocol for image acquisition
  • Image processing and analysis
  • How the acquired image can provide insights on the disease biology
  • Live questions and answers


Explore more!