Medical Imaging Suite Virtual Launch – MET Gateway

Date: 27th May 2021
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Representing an investment of €840K by Enterprise Ireland, and kindly supported by Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), the recent installation of the Philips Azurion 7 M20 digital fluoroscope to the Medical Imaging Suite at GMIT’s Galway campus consititues an outstanding resource for the MedTech industry and academic and clinical researchers alike. This fluoroscope is optimised for vascular, non-vascular, cardiovascular and neuro applications and with its high resolution and large field of view it offers superb image quality to evaluate small details and vessels with clarity.

While complimenting the Medical Engineering and Technology (MET) Gateway’s existing expertise in medical imaging, anatomical modelling and physiological replication, the Medical Imaging Suite can also be used for training of clinicians, staff and students in new imaging technologies, the interpretation of medical images and practice techniques as well as the evaluation and demonstration of new and emerging medical technologies. 

Who should attend?

This webinar will provide key information on the capabilities of this state-of-the-art medical testing facility for companies developing next generation medical technologies. This facility will enable our industry, research and academic partners to access equipment not readily available outside of a clinical environment to design, test and demonstrate features of their new technologies.


Founded in 2016, the Enterprise Ireland Medical and Engineering Technologies (MET) Gateway is an interdisciplinary applied research centre, dedicated to supporting Research, Development and Innovation activities in the MedTech, LifeSciences and Engineering sectors, providing open access for industry to the academic expertise within GMIT, generating solutions for the close-to-market needs of companies.

This virtual launch webinar will take place on Thursday, 27 May at 11am (to 11:45am).

Advance booking essential by noon on 26 May.

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