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DUKE CENTER for IN VIVO MICROSCOPY (CIVM) is an NIH/NIBIB P41 NIBIB logonational Biomedical Technology Resource Center developing novel methods for preclinical imaging with biomedical applications.

Small animal imaging: MRI, CT, x-ray, ultrasound, confocal, optical, and SPECT, all at the highest possible spatial resolution. Ask about a collaboration project, or see if shared data meet your research needs.

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DUKE PRESS RELEASE

Examples - shared data / code

Dr. Cristian Badea

CT

named Associate Director of CIVM
(with our collaborators) X Wang, AL Bey, BM Katz, A Badea, et al., Altered mGluR5-Homer scaffolds and neural connectivity in a Shank3 complete knockout model of autism, Nature Communications, 2016, PMCID: PMC4866051  
  • DP Clark et al. Spectrotemporal CT data acquisition and reconstruction at low dose, Med Physics 2015, Supplement
 
 
UNIVERSITY HONORS

MR - KIDNEY IMAGING

Elizabeth Bucholz PhD
  • L Xie, et al, Dynamic contrast-enhanced quantitative susceptibility mapping with ultrashort echo time MRI for evaluating renal function, Am J Physiol - Renal Physiol 2016, Supplement
CIVM BME grad student (2002-2008)
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wins 2016 Duke Alumni Distinguished UndergraduateTeaching Award

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HYPERPOLARIZED GAS - MRI CODE


  • Shared Code: SH Robertson, R Virgincar et al. Optimized 3D non-Cartesian gridding reconstruction for hyperpolarized 129Xe MRI: focus on preclinical applications, Concepts in Magn Reson Part A, in press 2016

CIVM/BME grad student Rohan Virgincar

BME 2016 PhD Teaching Assistant of the Year
TAofyear
 
 
events

WEDNESDAYS - CIVM JOURNAL CLUB

RAT BRAIN ATLAS

Summer Break - back in the fall
RatBrainAtlas    


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MOVIES OF SOME OF OUR IMAGING APPLICATIONS

   

Micro-CT 4D atlas of C57/BL mouse heart

also see D Clark et al. Proc. SPIE 8668-175, 2013

Directionally colored MR diffusion tractography of human brainstem and thalamus

See "News" above: E Calabrese, et al. Human Brain Mapping 36(8):3167-78, 2015
  gotoYouTube brainstem
Another way to view
 

MR quantitative susceptibility mapping of kidney inflammation and fibrosis in type 1 angiotensin receptor-deficient mice

 
See L Xie et al. NMR in Biomed 26(2):1853-63, 2013
   
Another way to view kidney gotoYouTube      
           



 

 

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