"This whole sub-branch of fMRI could go extinct if we can't address this critical limitation," said one expert who has dedicated much of his professional research to the field in question.

Colorado State University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign teamed up to develop the harmonic optical tomography approach.

Altered mental state and stroke were the most common findings, which may help physicians better understand how the disease impacts the central nervous system.

The findings published Friday may help researchers develop new screening mechanisms to identify children who are at risk for the disorder and similar conditions.

Tauvid was developed by Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Eli Lilly, and offers clinicians a new type of brain scan to use in patients being evaluated for Alzheimer's disease.

It's all part of Georgia State University's imaging innovation hub designed to unite digital imaging research from across the institution.

University of California, Davis, researchers believe their new probe could help detect very small, early stage tumors.

Ferric Contrast, a contrast agent company founded by faculty from the University at Buffalo in New York, says doctors and patients want new options in MR imaging.

In older adults at higher risk for Alzheimer's disease, one year of aerobic exercise enhanced flow in the anterior cingulate cortex and the hippocampus, according to a new study.

“We are very excited to have found this potent neutralizing antibody that we hope will participate in ending the COVID-19 pandemic,” said project co-lead David Veesler, PhD, with the University of Washington in Seattle.

“By examining cognitive dysfunction patterns within an individual, we can develop better risk assessment tools that will allow quick therapeutic interventions before relapses occur,” said co-investigator of the project Olusola Ajilore, MD, PhD, with the University of Illinois at Chicago.

"Using this new tool may uncover the characteristics of different types of clots that were previously unrecognized by humans," experts wrote in the journal eLife.