Translational research

Preclinical in vivo imaging is an emerging cutting-edge technology which has an impact on various biomedical research areas (oncology, cardiology, neurology, immunology, infectiology….). Numerous morphological, functional and molecular parameters could be assessed in a non-invasive and longitudinal manner reducing thus animal numbers and amounts of drug used, bringing to cost-effective study designs. Moreover, preclinical and clinical imaging share the same imaging modalities and biomarkers. Preclinical imaging is therefore a translational toolreducing both costs and timelines of drug development process by decreasing the gap between basic science and clinical proof of concept.

Cutting-edge technology : Preclinical imaging as a translational tool

  • Similar imaging modalities
  • Similar biomarkers
  • Experimental models of human pathologies

=> Costs & timelines reduction

Translational-research

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