The Role of Preclinical Imaging in Viral and Bacterial Research


Infectious diseases are spreading more rapidly than ever, and new pathogenic strains of bacteria and viruses are arising at an alarming rate. Our vulnerability to these new strains has never been more evident, as the current COVID-19 crisis can attest to.

With the spread of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, technologies such as non-invasive preclinical imaging are key to better understanding biology pathways of these pathogens as well as aiding in the development of new therapeutics and vaccines.

Watch this on demand webinar, presented by Dr. Kevin Francis, VP of Biology Solutions and Dr. Olivia Kelada, Senior Applications Scientist at PerkinElmer where they discuss how optical and microCT imaging provides versatile approaches to visualize and monitor host-pathogen interactions in animal models.