Key Note Lectures and More


European Inventor Award

Bernhard Gleich, Jürgen Weizenecker and team - Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI)
More about exceptional inventors and the European Inventor Award here:
http://buzz.mw/b1zgp_l European Patent Office Europäisches Patentamt L'Office Européen des Brevets
www.epo.org (EPOfilms)

Magnetic Particle Imaging Research

Lawrence Wald, PhD, and his team at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital are working to advance magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and related technologies, including magnetic particle imaging (MPI), a new method to detect small magnetic “nanoparticles” injected into the blood. Supported by an MGH Research Scholar Award, Dr. Wald and colleagues are now developing a prototype MPI system for detection and imaging of breast cancer. (MassGeneralHospital)

Magnetic Particle Imaging Scanner

Graduate student Philip Lenox explains the project for which he received the Best Student Presentation Award at the IEEE International Magnetics Conference in Dublin, Ireland. (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - OSU)

An Innovative Imaging Technique

Speaker: Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Alexiou, Ass. Medical Director, Else Kröner?Fresenius?Foundation Professorship, Head Division Experimental Oncology and Nanomedicine, ENT?Clinic, University Clinic, Erlangen (D) (TAUVOD)

Kannan Krishnan - 2016

Kannan M. Krishnan, a professor in University of Washington's Department of Materials Science & Engineering, explains the physics underlying the innovative biomedical imaging technique -- Magnetic Particle Imaging -- emphasizing magnetic nanoparticle tracer development, in this video from Bruker Corporation's Thought Leader Series. (engrUW)

Seeing Stem Cells in the Body

A big obstacle to developing stem cell therapies is being able to visualize the cells inside the body. This will be critical to confirm that the stem cells are targeted to the right place and are providing therapeutic benefit. Current imaging technology are not adequate for tracking stem cells in vivo. Magnetic Particle Imaging, MPI, is a new methodology that has promise to be 200 times more sensitivity than magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Steven Conolly, whose UC Berkeley lab is pioneering MPI, spoke to the CIRM governing board on May 24, 2012 about his research. Conolly has a CIRM Tools and Technology grant.
(California Institute for Regenerative Medicine)

IWMPI 2016 - Keynote Speeches


Ulrich Heinen, Bruker Biospin MRI

IWMPI 2015 Keynote Speechs 1/4
(IWMPI Bilkent)

Jeff Bulte, Johns Hopkins University

IWMPI 2015 Keynote Speechs 2/4
(IWMPI Bilkent)

Lutz Trahms, PTB Berlin

IWMPI 2015 Keynote Speechs 3/4
(IWMPI Bilkent)

Thorsten Buzug, University Lübeck

IWMPI 2015 Keynote Speechs 4/4
(IWMPI Bilkent)

IWMPI 2014 - Keynote Speech


Dr. Kannan Krishnan's Keynote 2014

Professor Kannan Krishnan of the University of Washington recently gave one of the keynote lectures at the 2014 4th International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging in Berlin (Olivia Lenz)

IWMPI 2013 - Keynote Speeches


Prof. Roger Tsien

IWMPI - Keynote Speech 1/4
The International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI) is the premier forum for researchers working in the field of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). The 3rd IWMPI took place at University of California, Berkeley on March 23-24, 2013. This video includes the keynote speech by Dr. Ulrich Heinen of Bruker. For more information, please visit: iwmpi.berkeley.edu
(IWMPI Berkeley)

Dr. Bernhard Gleich

IWMPI - Keynote Speech 2/4
The International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI) is the premier forum for researchers working in the field of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). The 3rd IWMPI took place at University of California, Berkeley on March 23-24, 2013. This video includes the keynote speech by Dr. Bernhard Gleich of Philips, one of the inventors of MPI. For more information, please visit: iwmpi.berkeley.edu
(IWMPI Berkeley)

Dr. Ulrich Heinen

IWMPI - Keynote Speech 3/4
The International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI) is the premier forum for researchers working in the field of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). The 3rd IWMPI took place at University of California, Berkeley on March 23-24, 2013. This video includes the keynote speech by Dr. Ulrich Heinen of Bruker. For more information, please visit: iwmpi.berkeley.edu
(IWMPI Berkeley)  

Dr. Jan Niehaus

IWMPI - Keynote Speech 4/4
The International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI) is the premier forum for researchers working in the field of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). The 3rd IWMPI took place at University of California, Berkeley on March 23-24, 2013. This video includes the keynote speech by Dr. Ulrich Heinen of Bruker. For more information, please visit: iwmpi.berkeley.edu
(IWMPI Berkeley)