Advancing Translational Research in MRI

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an essential research tool for the non-invasive study of both the biological structures and functions of the human body. MRI Imaging in pre-clinical models can be used to understand disease processes and develop novel treatment approaches. Human MRI studies build upon this, allowing a unique view of virtually every organ of the body. From the study of brain function in neuropsychiatric disease to the measurement of pulmonary physiological parameters, to new image-guided therapy approaches, the use of innovative MRI methods is revolutionizing biomedical science.

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