fMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is a imaging method to display and study active brain structures with high spatial resolution.
fMRI is used in animal research to study:
- the basis of fMRI and the underlying BOLD effect
- cerebral lesions, spontaneous recovery and plasticity changes
- resting state and behavioral
medres activities (development and production) in rodent fMRI research:
- animal beds for fMRI with efficient, fast and individual warming (MACU)
- feedback-controlled warming (Temperature Control Unit)
- stimulation equipment (MasterBox)
- supporting material for pre-, inter- and post treatment (KnockOut-Box & Surgical-Board)
medres is interested in fMRI research and follows the actual status and new development in this field in academic and industry research.