Advances in MR research require unparalleled image quality, often at field strengths as high as 7 Tesla.


Realize the full resolution of high field magnets

High resolution scans may require long acquisition times, which in-turn increase the discomfort for the subject and the risk of subject motion.

Scanning with higher resolution leads to increased sensitivity to even very small movements


Correct for motion prone populations

Neurological diseases (i.e. Parkinson’s)

Pediatric patients


Eliminate even the most subtle effects of motion

Involuntary motion due to heartbeat, swallowing, respiration and changes in muscle tone can cause image artifacts that reduce effective resolution.

Pulse Sequences

Applicable to all pulse sequences


Supports customization of user sequences


Current motion-aware pulse sequence list available upon request


Structural, fMRI and EEG/fMRI


Diffusion tensor imaging


MRI research studies of neuropsychiatric disorders


Neonate and adolescent studies to minimize sedation