Statler College of Engineering and Mining Resources
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
This paper reviews some of the major and most recent advances in nanoscale-magnetic resonance imaging (nano-MRI) for personalized medicine (PM). Nano-MRI may drastically expand the capabilities of the traditional magnetic resonance images (MRI), down to the nanometer scale and possibly, in the near future, at the atomic scale. Nano-MRI is potentially able to observe structures which cannot be seen using today’s molecular imaging, with sensitivities of many billions of times better than MRI as currently used in hospitals, for example. The paper briefly reports on the foremost research themes in nano-MRI.
Digital Commons Citation
Rosa, Lorenzo; Blackledge, Jonathan; and Boretti, Albert, "Nano-Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Nano-MRI) Gives Personalized Medicine a New Perspective" (2017). Faculty & Staff Scholarship. 1825.
Rosa, L., Blackledge, J., & Boretti, A. (2017). Nano-Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Nano-MRI) Gives Personalized Medicine a New Perspective. Biomedicines, 5(4), 7. https://doi.org/10.3390/biomedicines5010007