News & Events
Highest ranking for the 7T facility in VR's inventory of needs
The research council has announced its ranking of the 69 proposals in last year's needs inventory. We are proud that the national 7T facility was placed in the highest category, A1, "is considered as having potential to become an infrastructure of national interest and is ready for a call". Details on an call for national infrastructures in 2021 will be published in the fall of 2020. The resultats can be found on VR's webpages. (Opens in new Window)
Mini-symposium in Confocal and Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy
LBIC and BergmanLabora are organizing a Mini-symposium followed by demonstrations in confocal microscopy and advanced fluorescence microscopy, 28th & 29th May.
Mini-Symposium: 28th May 0900-1200, Segerfalksalen, BMC A10
Demonstrations: LBIC´s new Nikon A1RHD confocal system & BergmanLabora´s Nikon Ti2 demo system, 28th & 29th May, BMC D11
Register to: oliver [dot] garner [at] bergmanlabora [dot] se at the latest 22nd May. Registration is free, but mandatory.
Schedule for the mini-symposium in Confocal and Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy 2019-05-28
Lund University Bioimaging Center, LBIC - Modalities, services and examples
Confocal Imaging - tips and tricks
NIS Elements software - JOBS and High-Content Screening
Nikon Ti2 - Nikon's all-new inverted microscope platform for advanced imaging
In fall of 2018 our application to join EATRIS was approved. One of EATRIS purposes to make it easier for both researchers and the (medical) industry to find suitable resources that can help and improve translational and biomedical research. Read more about EATRIS on their webpage. (Opens up in a new window.)
News from ISMRM 2018
Prof. Freddy Ståhlberg was elected Senior Fellow to the ISMRM for his work in MR techniques for quantification of flow, diffusion and perfusion.
Infrastructure of the month
The Pre-clinical MRI platform at LBIC is the Infrastructure of the month! Read more about it here at the homepage for the Faculty of Medicine:
8th Swedish 7T Symposium, November 20th 2017 in Lund
The 8th Swedish 7T Symposium will be held this year in Lund on November 20th, 2017.
Registration is open until November 1st. (Registration is now closed)
Click on the link below for a preliminary program - WELCOME!
Smartare bruk av bilddata ska bereda väg för säkrare läkemedel
Forskare vid Lunds universitet ska tillsammans med Medicon Village-baserade Truly Labs inom några år utveckla nya produkter som främjar framtagandet av säkra läkemedel. Innovativ användning av bilddata ska bidra till att minska riskerna för biverkningar på lungorna – ett stort problem i läkemedelsutveckling.
I samarbetet ingår:
- Forskare vid institutionen för translationell medicin, Lunds universitet, Malmö
- Lund University Bioimaging Center (LBIC), Lund universitet, Lund
- Life science-företaget Truly Labs AB som utför kontraktsforskning vid Medicon Village i Lund
The first paper with data from LBIC:s national 7T facility is now published:
B. Lampinen, F. Szczepankiewicz, J. Mårtensson, D. Van Westen, P. C. Sundgren, M. Nilsson.
Neurite Density Imaging Versus Imaging of Microscopic Anisotropy in Diffusion MRI: A Model Comparison Using Spherical Tensor Encoding.
Neuroimage. 2016 Nov 27;147:517-531.
New equipment in our Histology lab
We are happy to inform you that we now have new equipment in our Histology lab!
- We can help you with Embedding in paraffin and the following sectioning on our new Leica paraffin microtome.
- We can offer you the same help with cryo sectioning on the new Leica cryostat.
- We also have the possibility to help you with labeling and staining for light microscopy.
If you prefer, you are welcome to use the equipment yourself.
For information and pricelist, please contact Susanne [dot] Stromblad [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
René in 't Zandt invited speaker at ISMRM in Singapore
At the educational course on Preclinical imaging René in 't Zandt will talk on Technical Aspects for Performing Small Animal MRS & MRSI on May 8.
See more on the ISMRM website: http://www.ismrm.org/16/program_files/WE20.htm
Michael Gottschalk invited speaker at workshop in Tübingen, Germany
Michael will give a talk titled Short echo-time spectroscopy of glioma with detection of glutamine and glutamate at the Workshop on the impact of proton spectroscopy in neuroradiological MR examinations at the University Hopspital Tübingen on February 19.
The National 7T facility now open for researchers