Ultrasound scanner

Aplio 500 ultrasound scanner

‌‌‌CRICBristol has established a research collaboration with Toshiba Medical Systems for the use of a top-of-the-range Aplio 500 ultrasound system for high quality clinical research.

To mark this exciting collaboration, a launch event was held at CRICBristol on Monday, 28 October, 2013.

‌‌Among those present at the event were (back row, left to right): Professor Craig Williams (University of Exeter), Dr Jade Thai (CRICBristol centre manager), Tim Palarm (Regional Ultrasound Manager, Toshiba Medical Systems UK), Dr Diane Crawford (Director of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, University Hospitals Bristol), Guido Pieles (‌Academic Clinical Lecturer, Bristol Heart‌ Institute and UoB). Front row, left to right:‌ ‌‌Mark Hitchman (Managing Director, Toshiba Medical Systems UK), 
Chiara Bucciarelli-Ducci (CRICBristol co-director).

If you are interested in using the ultrasound system for your research project, please complete a CRICBristol ultrasound project specification form (Office document, 43kB) and email it to cric-contact@bristol.ac.uk.‌‌

An image of the Toshiba Aplio 500 ultrasound scanner that is used for research projects at CRICBristol.

The collaboration with Toshiba began at this launch day in October 2013.
CRICBristol launch on Monday, 28 October, 2013
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