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Grant awarded to explore gut-brain relationship in HIV-positive patients

Cristina Granziera, MD, PHD of Massachusetts General Hospital was granted $77,495 to study the gut-brain relationship in HIV-positive patients.

Argus Teleradiology bringing remote reads to Arkansas

Argus Radiology will offer teleradiology services in Arkansas, bringing its business model centered on familiarity between client staff and radiologists.

NIH awards $34 million in grants for Lifespan Human Connectome Project

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis received funding for two grants totaling $34 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the “Lifespan Human Connectome Project."

Wash U professor receives $2.5 million grant for new x-ray concept

A professor at Washington University in St. Louis’ School of Engineering & Applied Science has been given two grants by the National Institutes of Health to create a new biomedical imaging approach.

CompuGroup mulling takeover of Agfa

German health IT provider CompuGroup Medical SE has approached Belgian company Agfa-Gevaert about a potential acquisition by way of a public takeover.

Growth in contrast media driven by microbubbles

The global market for contrast media is expected to reach $5.44 billion by 2021, according to a Markets and Markets report. The growth is largely driven by the increase in microbubble usage, the fastest growing segment of contrast.

Imaging informatics market to top $5 million by 2021

The medical informatics market is expected to eclipse $5 million by 2021, according to a report published by Allied Market Research.

Intelerad announces executive shakeup

Montreal, Canada-based Intelerad has announced the appointment of Christian Bazinet as COO and Michel Desgagné as Chief Customer Officer.

PACS market on pace for growth through 2021

An aging, chronically ill population and the increasingly quick adoption of technology are contributors to the medical imaging management market's growth in the next five years, which will reach $5.78 billion by 2021, according to a Markets and Markets report.

Medtronic to benefit from rosy forecast for the medical equipment market

In spite of consolidation and the uncertainty of a rapidly evolving healthcare market, the market for medical devices and equipment is expected to grow at least 5 percent annually until 2022, according to the market research firm Evaluate. The report was presented at the AdvaMed 2016 medical device conference, held mid-October in Minneapolis.