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Diagnostic Imaging Consulting

Updated: May 10

Diagnostic imaging is a core competency of BioMolecular Imaging - and is the approach of imaging the human body to analyze and form medical intervention, especially when viewing the function of organs or tissues.

Medical imaging visually represents the interior of a body, as well as the function of organs or tissues.


Early phase development of a new imaging probe can start from the ground up by designing a new imaging molecule or from available agents and preclinical imaging data. BioMolecular Imaging has the experience and knowledge base with in vivo probe design criteria, structure-activity relationships, labeling technologies and more, needed to formulate key strategies and to help select the probe best suited to your company’s current needs.


“Late phase trials for new diagnostic agents is a key focus as well, whether for diagnostic agents developed alone or in combination with a therapeutic agent.” - Dr. J. James Frost, Owner of BioMolecular Imaging

With a deep and long standing experience in clinical radiology and nuclear medicine, we help you design a pivotal trial that will lay a foundation for rapid extension into clinical practice. Formulation of clinical reader training protocols is also part of this process, especially given the current Food and Drug Administration approval criteria for new commercial diagnostic imaging agents.

About BioMolecular Imaging

BioMolecular Imaging (BMI Consultants) is a molecular imaging and clinical trial consultancy owned and operated by Dr. J. James Frost M.D./Ph.D out of Baltimore Maryland. BMI has been involved with clinical, therapeutic & diagnostic imaging focused on Oncology, Brain, Biomarkers, Cardiology and Central Image Interpretations for over 20 years.

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