Come see Cubresa’s NuPET™ in Booth 125 at the ISMRM 2017 Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Honolulu
Reveal disease & therapeutic mechanisms with simultaneous molecular & functional imaging
We certainly enjoyed our time at this year’s International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine in Honolulu, April 22 to 27, 2017 where we showcased our NuPET™ in-bore PET scanner for existing pre-clinical MRI systems.
The NuPET scanner enables simultaneous PET and MR imaging within your existing MRI system. Solid-state SiPM detectors optimized for in vivo PET imaging of small-animal subjects in the industry’s most compact form factor deliver high-performance without compromising your MRI’s capability. Get the quantitative data you’re looking for in applications such as:
Here are the winners of our raffle in Booth 125 for a $100 Amazon gift card and several other smaller prizes. Thank you for entering and we hope that we enjoyed your time at ISMRM as much as we did.
Even if we missed you in Honolulu, you can ask us how we can provide you with an invaluable new tool for your research, combining the tremendous molecular sensitivity of PET with an existing MRI system, and helping to translate innovative new therapies to the clinic.
There is an official Riding the Wave blog by ISMRM. But we also have questions about Honolulu answered by our resident native son, Ross Nakatsuji:
» What are the best restaurants in Hawaii?
» Where do natives shop for local things to bring to friends out of state?
» What 'hidden' places on Oahu can I visit that tourists don't often find?
» Is it easy to fly to the neighbor islands?
» I just spoke with a local food truck vendor and I have no idea what he just said. What language was he speaking?