ImageIQ is an imaging contract research, development and service organization that deploys experts and technology to solve imaging challenges, resulting in unique scientific insight, improved speed, accuracy and reproducibility. Unlike traditional imaging core labs or contract software companies, ImageIQ combines powerful software engineering, biomedical expertise and imaging experience for the full life cycle of your research, trial, technology development and process improvement.
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ImageIQ has a myriad of customers who use their services in many innovative ways. Image analysis with customized protocols, FDA approval/compliance, pharmaceutical efficacy, disease progression, implant safety/efficacy, cellular wound healing assays, tumor progression studies, longitudinal fracture healing and bone remodeling, osseointegration (implant in/ongrowth), small animal preclinical studies and human clinical trials are among the many applications of our services. Research department chairs, R&D engineers, staff scientists, product managers, graduate students, clinicians, R&D directors / vice presidents, post-doctoral fellows, biostatisticians and regulatory compliance officers frequently utilize our services to enhance the speed and quality of their studies in a systematic, validated, and auditable fashion. With expertise in image acquisition processing and subsequent morphological quantitation only ImageIQ has the depth of experience garnered over years in one of the most prestigious healthcare organizations in the world, the Cleveland Clinic.
Utilizing our unique blend of biological domain expertise and image processing, analysis and visualization experience we can generate unique algorithms for custom-tailored solutions to preclinical and clinical life science problems. We are experienced in multiple image acquisition modalities including microscopy, micro-computed tomography (MicroCT), atomic force microscopy, bioluminescence, ultrasound, small animal fluorescence imaging and magnetic resonance. We are also certified to administer anesthesia and imaging agents (e.g. contrast dyes) to small animals (i.e. rats, mice, rabbits, etc.) for a wide range of pre-clinical imaging studies.