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2020 Rising Stars in Magnetic Particle Imaging and Molecular Imaging eSymposium

 

Welcome to the virtual poster floor. Here you will find the live oral presentations and featured Power Pitches & Posters from the selected rising stars in the field of MPI. Video presentations, power pitches and e-posters can be found below.

The 2020 Rising Stars eSymposium is focused on highlighting cutting-edge research taking place in the field of Magnetic Particle Imaging. In light of the numerous recent conference cancellations, the objective of this eSymposium is to provide an opportunity for these scientists to share their work and encourage future collaborations. To facilitate discussion, contact information for each of the presenters is listed next to their presentation video.

SESSION - 1 


Evidence that SPIO Chain Formation is Essential for Super-Resolution MPI                                                                                   

Caylin Colson, UC Berkeley

A comparison of MRI and MPI for the longitudinal detection and quantification of ferumoxytol-labelled mesenchymal stem cells in vivo

Olivia Sehl, Robarts Research Institute, The University of Western Ontario

Quantitative drug release monitoring in tumors of living subjects by magnetic particle imaging nanocomposite

Yapei Zhang, Michigan State University

SESSION - 2


Monitoring transplanted stem cell-derived islet organoids using magnetic particle imaging in vivo       

Aixia Sun, Michigan State University.

Surface protein targeted molecular imaging approach for tracking white blood cells to inflammation using Magnetic Particle Imaging

Barry Fung, UC Berkeley.

*Zhiyuan Zhao - Recording will be released following upcoming completion of Publication peer review

 

POWER PITCHES


Artificial intelligence analysis of magnetic particle imaging for islet transplantation in a mouse model

Hasaan Hayat, Michigan State.

 

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Employing Active and Passive Compensation to Improve SNR of Arbitrary Waveform Relaxometer

Quincy Huynh, University of California.

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Dynamics of chain formation and decay for super-resolution Magnetic Particle Imaging

K. L. Barry Fung, University of California Berkeley. 

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Advancements in the Receive Hardware for Single-Sided Field Free Line MPI Scanner

Jason Pagan, University Of Massachusetts Boston.

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Comparing detection limits of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) using super paramagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in a breast cancer metastasis model

Kierstin Melo, Robarts Research Institute.

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Comparison of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Imaging                                                              

Julia Gevaert, Robarts Research Institute.            

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