Share:

Print

Contact us

NIBIB Facebook

NIBIB Twitter

Bio-Electromagnetic Technologies

This program supports the development of technologies that use static or dynamic electromagnetic fields for sensing, imaging, or therapeutic effects.

Emphasis
The emphasis is on increasing the sensitivity, spatial/temporala resolution, efficacy, or safety of bioelectromagnetic devices through the development of novel hardware, method of operation, or pre-/post-processing techniques for single modalities or the combination of multiple modalities.

Support
This program may support the development of magnetic particle imaging, electrical impedance tomography, electroencephalography, magnetoencephalography, electromagnetic-field-induced hyperthermia/ablation, and microwave/terahertz imaging, for example.
Related programs are MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Optical Imaging and Spectroscopy, Ultrasound, and X-ray Electron and Ion Beam.
 

 
Grant Number Project Title Principal Investigator Institution
5-U01-EB025121-02 A magnetic particle imager (MPI) for functional brain imaging in humans Lawrence Wald Massachusetts General Hospital
5-U01-EB023820-02 Device-Independent Acquisition and Real Time Spatiotemporal Analysis of Clinical Electrophysiology Data Matti Hamalainen Massachusetts General Hospital
2-R56-EB013302-05 Improved Spatial Resolution in Magnetoencephalography with an Optically Pumped Magnetometer Array Peter Schwindt Sandia Corp-Sandia National Laboratories
2-R44-EB023147-02 High-resolution micro-magnetometer based on novel nano-junction oxide SQUIDs Douglas Paulson Tristan Technologies, Inc.
2-R44-EB020463-03 Phase II: Commercialization of a preclinical Magnetic Particle Imaging system with sub-millimeter resolution, nano-molar sensitivity, and integrated CT Patrick Goodwill Magnetic Insight, Inc.
1-R43-EB027531-01 Conduction cooled superconducting magnet for low cost, compact proton therapy systems Alexander Otto Solid Material Solutions, Llc
1-R21-EB026778-01 Chip-scale fT/cm/Hz (1/2) optical magnetic gradiometry for gradient magnetoencephalography imaging at room temperature Chee Wei Wong University of California Los Angeles
1-R21-EB025901-01 Low-Cost Fetal Magnetocardiography Ronald Wakai University of Wisconsin-Madison
5-R21-EB022731-02 Multifrequency microwave powered DNP instrument for MAS NMR Song-I Han University of California Santa Barbara
5-R03-EB024819-02 Quantitative in vivo analysis of the biodistribution and metabolism of iron oxide nanoparticle formulations tailored for translational medical imaging Kannan Krishnan University of Washington