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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 includes MRI, CT, x-ray, ultrasound, confocal, optical, and SPECT, all at the highest possible spatial resolution. Ask us about a collaboration or service project, or see if our publications that share supplemental data meet your research needs.

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CIVM JOURNAL CLUB - Wednesdays     Room 162 Bryan Research Bldg
Bring your lunch and join us at noon
 

MR BRAIN IMAGING

  • Feature - Global Medical Discovery - GA Johnson, et al., Quantitative mapping of trimethyltin injury in the rat brain using MR histology, Neurotoxicology Supplement
  • E Calabrese, et al., Investigating tradeoffs between spatial resolution and diffusion sampling for brain mapping with diffusion tractography: Time well spent? Human Brain Mapping Supplement

MR KIDNEY IMAGING

  • L Xie, et al., 4D MRI of renal function in the developing mouse, NMR in Biomed Supplement

SPECT / CT

  • NT Befera, et al., Comparison of 4D-microSPECT and microCT for murine cardiac function, Mol Imag Biol Supplement
 
  • CIVM reaches out to mentor 3 women in biomedical imaging—one wins Durham NC Mayor's award   more...
  • Best poster: BMES meeting, Oct 22-25, Jeff Ashton et al: A gold nanoparticle contrast agent for lung cancer CT using novel EGFR-specific VHH domains
 
jobs
Post-doctoral Associate - MR equipment / applications   more>
Research Scientist - MR and hyperpolarized gases  more>
 
pubs
EDITOR'S PICK for Dec. 2014:
R Dibb, W Li, G Cofer, C Liu, Micro-structural origins of Gd-enhanced susceptibility contrast and anisotropy, Magn Reson Med 72(6): 1702–11, 2014  
         


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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

courtesy of E Calabrese Another way to see this movie
  gotoYouTube brainstem

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

 
also see L Xie et al. NMR in Biomed 26(2): 1853-63, 2013
   
Another way to see this movie kidney gotoYouTube      
           



 

 

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