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Research Acquisitions and Progress

Research Acquisitions and Progress

In a multidisciplinary team effort under the leadership of Vice Chair of Research Zaver Bhujwalla, investigators from Radiology and six other departments across Johns Hopkins University successfully submitted a National Institutes of Health High-End Instrument application to obtain funding to purchase the iThera MSOT inVision 512-echo scanner. It was installed in September 2020 in dedicated space within our brand-new satellite facility in Cancer Research Building 2 (CRB2).

The MSOT inVision 512-echo is the first and only tomographic OA imaging system that integrates simultaneous tomographic optoacoustic and tomographic reflection mode ultrasound acquisitions. It will significantly advance the ability of Johns Hopkins faculty to understand and treat human diseases. The integration of the MSOT scanner within the multimodal imaging abilities of the MRB Molecular Imaging Service Center and Cancer Functional Imaging Core will significantly advance current and future research efforts of the faculty.
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