Our Purpose

To provide quality data, on time, within budget and on a consistent basis.

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Operational Excellence

By making the most of our resources, we’re seamlessly integrating project management into every phase of your study to ensure quality image acquisition through image analysis transfer.

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Innovative Imaging Solutions

At VirtualScopics we leverage our internal medical, imaging and regulatory expertise and experience together with that of our Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and our global network of Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs).

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Minimize risks. Maximize results.

Better projects start with a better process and better people. At VirtualScopics, that means providing you with the most complete and accurate data from knowledgeable project managers. This is the formula for success at VirtualScopics — one born of deep industry expertise, great working relationships, and trust. Through collaboration, we always strive to build harmonious partnerships with every customer, every time.

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Reproducibility of Hepatic Fat Fraction Measurement by Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Purpose: To evaluate the reproducibility of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-determined hepatic fat fraction (%) across imaging sites with different magnet…

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