LIC-NET Italy Advances Best Practice in Iron Monitoring
- 19 June 2015
Headed by Professor Aurelio Maggio (Director of the Department of Haematology and Oncology at Villa Sofia-Cervello Hospital, Palermo, Italy) the Liver Iron Cutino Network (LIC-NET) is a growing network of 12 Italian hospitals working to improve the management of iron overload in patients through accurate assessment of liver iron concentration.
FerriScan Funding Signals End to Liver Biopsy for Scottish Haemoglobinopathy Patients
- 16 June 2015
The Scottish Paediatric and Adult Haemoglobinopathies Network has secured central funding from the Scottish National Services Directorate for adult patients to access FerriScan R2-MRI (the gold standard measurement of Liver Iron Concentration).
Resonance Health Partners with CSIRO
- 16 June 2015
We are delighted to announce a new collaboration with one of Australia’s leading research organisations; the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), to apply their expertise in our product development pipeline.
Advances for Resonance Health in Measurement of Liver Fibrosis
- 09 June 2015
Excitement is building at Resonance Health regarding promising results from a prototype liver fibrosis measurement. The prototype has been demonstrated to distinguish between low and high fibrosis scores in a patient cohort with Hepatitis C.
US study addressing fatty liver disease in children using HepaFat-Scan® technology
- 29 May 2015
We are pleased to announce a collaboration with a prestigious children’s hospital in the USA (Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta) who will perform a validation study of HepaFat-Scan® - our non-invasive medical imaging solution that utilises MRI to accurately measure liver fat.
Prof. Tim St Pierre Presenting at Licnet Conference in Italy
- 07 May 2015
Resonance Health is proudly attending the Licnet (liver Iron Cutino Network) conference - being held on 8th May 2015 in Palermo, Italy:
LIVER DISEASE IN 2015: FROM IRON OVERLOADING TO HEPATITIS C INFECTION MANAGEMENT IN THALASSEMIA