KinetiCor is among the Top 10 Medical Imaging Solution Providers in 2019

by Lisa Chuah on 07/22/2019

KinetiCor has been ranked by Healthcare Tech Outlook to be among the Top 10 Medical Imaging Solution Providers in 2019! Read more here!

KinetiCor is interested in a collaboration with you!

by Lisa Chuah on 07/16/2019

KinetiCor is beginning to enter into markets beyond our current relationships; if you are a research organization using GE, Philips, United Imaging or any other scanner platform for research and you have challenges with motion correction, KinetiCor is very interested in speaking with you regarding a...

See you at ISMRM 2019, Montreal!

by Lisa Chuah on 04/15/2019

Join us at Booth 723 to learn about the latest in prospective motion correction and contact-free biometrics!

See you at SPR, April 30th - May 4th

by Lisa Chuah on 04/15/2019

Kineticor will be at the Society for Pediatric Radiology Annual Conference which takes place on April 30th to May 4th in San Francisco! Please join us at our booth and learn about our latest developments to bring prospective motion correction to MR imaging of children.

Camera-based prospective motion correction for magnetic resonance imaging with the Kinetic Sensor gains FDA 510(k) clearance!

by Lisa Chuah on 02/12/2019

With FDA 510(k) clearance for the MAGNETOM Vida with syngo MR XA11B on 18th January 2019, for the first time, the FDA has provided clearance for camera-based, prospective motion correction for MR imaging. The clearance includes the MPRAGE sequence and the fiducial markers for motion correction. The ...

HealthTrust Innovation Summit – Tucson, Arizona

by Kineticor on 10/18/2018

KinetiCor attended the 2018 HealthTrust Innovation Summit to demonstrate our Kinetic Sensor along with Siemens Healthineers. The HealthTrust Innovation Summit is an opportunity for suppliers to present products that represent significant technological advancement and meaningful improvement in clinic...

FDA Clears MAGNETOM Sola 1.5T MRI Scanner from Siemens Healthineers

by Kineticor on 10/09/2018

https://usa.healthcare.siemens.com/press-room/press-releases/magnetomsola.html First 1.5T MRI scanner featuring innovative BioMatrix technology to reduce variations in patient imagingNew applications such as SMS TSE reduce scan times by up to 46 percent The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cl...

ISMRM- Paris, France

by Kineticor on 06/21/2018

It was an exciting and busy week in Paris at ISMRM. Over 135 people visited the Kineticor booth representing more than 100 facilities around the world. Researchers that visited explore areas such as fMRI, pediatrics, PET/MR, MR guided ultrasound, and surgical biopsies, among many others. Siemens Hea...

Siemens Healthineers and KinetiCor present jointly developed MRI technologies for real-time motion correction

by Kineticor on 06/18/2018

https://www.healthcare.siemens.com/press-room/press-releases/pr-20180617020shs.html In-bore camera system supports BioMatrix technology to deliver consistent image quality, independent of patient motionJoint solution allows more informed treatment decision making and paves the way for precision medi...

10th Magnetom World Summit - Bamberg, Germany

by Kineticor on 04/21/2018

KinetiCor was pleased to be invited to be one of three sponsors at the 10th Magnetom World Summit.  The Summit was a wonderful venue to meet Siemens MR customers from around the globe as they learned about the newest advances in MR. It was exciting to demonstrate the KinetiCor solution to such a for...

European Congress of Radiology - Vienna, Austria

by Kineticor on 03/04/2018

Vienna was chilly and beautiful for the European Congress of Radiology this year. We presented our solution in the KinetiCor booth in Expo 1,  and it was also showcased with the new Siemens SOLA 1.5T MR scanner.  The Kinetic camera is now embedded in the Siemens Biomatrix Platform as the Kinetic sen...

Kawin Setsompop, PhD joins the KinetiCor Advisory Board

by Kineticor on 02/28/2018

Dr. Kawin Setsompop has become a member of the KinetiCor Advisory Board. Dr. Setsompop is an Associate Professor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School and an Affiliated Faculty member at Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST). He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering ...

Robert Herfkens, MD joins the KinetiCor Advisory Board

by Kineticor on 01/03/2018

Dr. Robert Herfkens, Professor of Radiology and Associate Chair for Clinical Technology in Radiology at Stanford University, has joined the KinetiCor Advisory Board. Dr. Herfkens received his MD degree from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine. He underwent residency and fellowship training...

Radiological Society of North America - Chicago, IL

by Kineticor on 12/01/2017

The KinetiCor booth was amazingly busy! Our solution was presented to the industry in the KinetiCor booth as well as in the Siemens booth as part of the premiere of the new VIDA 3T MR scanner.  It was very gratifying to see that prospective motion correction is of such interest and importance to MR ...

Hawaii’s Tech Sector Is Suffering From A Lack Of Top Business Execs

by Kineticor on 06/05/2017

Kineticor’s Dr. Jeffrey Yu featured on Civil Beat. Hawaii’s Tech Sector Is Suffering From A Lack Of Top Business Execs

Visit KinetiCor at ISMRM 2017

by Kineticor on 04/23/2017

KinetiCor will be exhibiting in the Siemens booth and Booth 314 at the ISMRM 2017 Annual Meeting & Exhibition April 22-27 2017 at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawai’i (http://www.ismrm.org/2017-annual-meeting-exhibition/).

KinetiCor featured in latest Magnetom Flash

by Kineticor on 04/23/2017

KinetiCor’s latest Clinical Study is featured on page 119 of the latest Magnetom Flash Volume 68 2/2017.

KinetiCor Wins “Shark Tank” at the Capitol

by Kineticor on 03/14/2017

HI Growth Portfolio Company KinetiCor wins “Shark Tank” at the Capitol

KinetiCor’s CEO named Life Science Entrepreneur of the Year 2017

by Kineticor on 02/23/2017

Jeffrey Yu, KinetiCor’s CEO was named Life Science Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 by the Hawaii Venture Capital Association. Read more at http://www.hawaiibusiness.com/kainoa-mcgees-company-named-startup-of-the-year/.

KinetiCor will be at the ISMRM Annual Meeting, May 10 - 16, in Milan, Italy. Visit us at Booth 128.

by Kineticor on 05/07/2014

KinetiCor will be at the ISMRM Technical Exhibit in Milan, Italy.  Visit KinetiCor’s booth # 128 to see the latest in Prospective Motion Correction technology.

KinetiCor will be at RNSA 2013 in Chicago from Dec. 1st - 5th. Visit us at Booth 3275

by Kineticor on 11/01/2013

KinetiCor will be at the RSNA Technical Exhibit in Chicago, Illinois.  Visit KinetiCor’s booth # 3275 to see the latest in Prospective Motion Correction technology.

KinetiCor will be at the ISMRM Annual Meeting, April 22 - 25, in Salt Lake City

by Kineticor on 04/18/2013

KinetiCor will be at the ISMRM Technical Exhibit in Salt Lake City, Utah, from April 22nd – 25th.  Visit KinetiCor’s booth # 201 to see the latest in Prospective Motion Correction technology.

UH, Queen’s backing MRI startup

by Kineticor on 03/20/2013

KinetiCor’s technology designed to compensate for movement during scans Pacific Business News, March 20, 2013 A startup called KinetiCor Inc., which is getting seed capital and management expertise from the University of Hawaii Manoa, among others, is trying to commercialize a technology designed t...

KinetiCor Featured in University of Hawaii News

by Kineticor on 03/14/2013

Revolutionary MRI technology developed by UH March 14, 2013 https://vimeo.com/61737249 Thomas Ernst, a professor and physicist from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine, has developed a revolutionary new system in magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI. A breakthrough so s...

New technology at UH Manoa could change the future of MRIs

by Kineticor on 03/12/2013

Posted: Mar 12, 2013 1:11 PM HST Updated: Mar 12, 2013 1:11 PM HST MANOA, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -By Jade StormsA groundbreaking discovery at UH Manoa School of Medicine could change the future of MRI scanning.An early stage medical device company currently focused on motion correction technologies f...

High-tech company based on UH research launches amid high interest

by Kineticor on 02/10/2013

University of Hawaii News Release:   March 10, 2013 HONOLULU – An early stage medical device company currently focused on motion-correction technologies for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), based on research developed by the University of Hawai‘i and its partners, announced today the successful com...

KinetiCor Joins Entrepreneurs Foundation of Hawaii

by Kineticor on 01/23/2013

January 2013 – The Entrepreneurs Foundation of Hawai‘i is pleased to announce that KinetiCor, Inc. has become a member company. KinetiCor provides motion correction technologies for MRI scans. With a donation of equity to EF Hawai‘i, KinetiCor has made a commitment to corporate philanthropy and comm...

KinetiCor will be at the RSNA Annual Meeting, Nov. 25 - 29, in Chicago

by Kineticor on 11/24/2012

KinetiCor will be attending RSNA‘s Annual Meeting, this year in Chicago on November 25-29. If you would like to learn more about KinetiCor and its motion correction technology please Contact Us.

KinetiCor completes license agreement with University of Hawaii for state-of-the-art prospective motion correction patent

by Kineticor on 11/24/2012

KinetiCor, Inc. has executed a definitive agreement with the University of Hawaii for exclusive patent rights to intellectual property developed over 5 years by a world-class team of researchers in the field of prospective motion correction for MR imaging. Also included in the multi-center research ...

KinetiCor launches new website

by Kineticor on 11/24/2012

KinetiCor, Inc. has launched a new website to reinforce the Company's dedication to motion correction in medical imaging. The website serves to provide the medical and MR research community with the latest developments from KinetiCor, as well as to showcase the company's technology and world class t...