Held every 3 years, MASR is the premier event of the international community using synchrotron radiation X-rays to perform biomedical and clinical research.
- BSO Reminder
- Figure 1 app
- Imaging Bone Turnover using Spectral K-edge Subtraction Technique.
- BMIT Beam Team Elections - Last Call
- Cycle 23 call for proposals - closing tomorrow
- Growth and hunting behaviour of hatchling Tyrannosaurus rex
- BMIT Beam Team Elections
- Cycle 23 call for proposals is open
- BMIT User Data Back-up on WestGrid
- Merlin for Medipix3 detector
The BMIT facility at the Canadian Light Source is specifically designed to support a wide variety of programs in the life sciences, and provides outstanding possibilities for research, including potential clinical applications in imaging and radiation therapy. The facility has two beamlines; a bend magnet beamline, 05B1-1, and an insertion device beamline, 05ID-2. The BMIT advanced imaging modalities allow biomedical systems to be visualized in ways not possible using conventional clinical systems. These can provide insight into anatomy, function, visualization of disease processes including therapeutic response and the possibility of repeated imaging at low dose.
- Wolkowski, Bailey et al. (2015). Assessment of freeware programs for the reconstruction of tomography d .... Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 22(4) , 1130-1138. 10.1107/s1600577515008437.
- Panahifar, Arash et al. (2015). 3-D Localization of Non-Radioactive Strontium in Osteoarthritic Bone: .... Journal of Orthopaedic Research , n/a-n/a. 10.1002/jor.22937.
- Martinson, Mercedes et al. (2015). Phase-preserving beam expander for biomedical X-ray imaging. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 22(3) . 10.1107/s1600577515004695.