Successful US roadshow opens partnerships
David Rundle, Vivek Nair and Prof. Anthony Butler recently had the opportunity to tour the US with a series of presentations and displays. MARS Bioimaging shared a stall with Luxbright at RSNA in which potential customers could view our 2D/3D hybrid visualization system along with some of our small bore scanner datasets. We were pleased to be able to give presentations outlining the clinical applications of MARS spectral imaging technology at UMass School of Medicine, UMass Lowell, Massachusetts General Hospital, John Hopkins University, the FDA, University of Houston, MD Anderson, Bayler College of Medicine, Stanford University and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The roadshow was particularly successful with the signing of two bilateral agreements for technical and academic collaboration and we look forward to continuing our relationship with these prestigious US institutions.