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The mission of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) is to transform through technology development, our understanding of disease and its prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment.

February 28, 2024
The lungs are one of the most difficult organs for physicians to navigate. A collaborative team of NIH-funded researchers have built a compact robotic system that can autonomously steer around anatomical obstacles within the lungs of live animals.
February 27, 2024
A collaborative team of NIH-funded researchers is developing a way to obtain DNA shed from brain tumors using focused ultrasound. Their first-in-human study could be an important step towards improving the way brain tumors are diagnosed.
February 22, 2024

Stanford Medicine researchers have developed a powerful new artificial intelligence model that can distinguish between male and female brains. The study revealed that the model was more than 90% successful at determining whether fMRI scans of brain activity came from a woman or a man. Source: Stanford Medicine

February 28, 2024 - February 28, 2024
The fourth installment of the NIBIB National Technology Centers (NCBIB) Webinar Series showcases the first three centers specializing in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) methods for biomedical research and clinical translation. Gain insights into the latest advancements in tools and technologies developed by NIBIB-funded P41 Centers.
May 13, 2024 - May 17, 2024
This workshop will review the strategies of hydrodynamic and thermodynamic analytical methods for the characterization of biological macromolecules and their interactions in solution.
November 16, 2023 - November 16, 2023
The event will introduce the NIH Blueprint NeuroTech Program and its mission to a diverse group of government, academic, and community partners across the Washington-Baltimore area.
October 30, 2023 - October 30, 2023
One of three listening sessions about a potential NIH Common Fund research program to Complement Animal Research In Experimentation by catalyzing the development, standardization, validation, and use of New Approach Methodologies.
September 29, 2023 - September 29, 2023
The Workshop is for recipient of Alzheimer's-focused administrative supplements for NIH Grants that are not focused on Alzheimer's disease (AD.