AMRA transforms MR images into precise body composition measurements. 
We are dedicated to metabolic research and its therapeutic application, providing the knowledge needed to predict and prevent diseases.

AMRA - Research & Development
AMRA - Clinical Services
AMRA - Big Data

Recent News

Body composition analysis: single patient potential from large population studies

Body composition analysis: single patient potential from large population studies

DI Europe; November 2016 - The current widespread ‘globesity’ epidemic is associated with a number of serious and life-threatening diseases and…

Read More...

MRI study targets biomarkers for diabetes mellitus

MRI study targets biomarkers for diabetes mellitus

SSQ06-02, Room E350; 1 December 2016 – Researchers from Sweden are using MRI to profile the body composition of people with…

Read More...

AMRA Victorious at the DI Digital Startup Tour, Linköping

AMRA Victorious at the DI Digital Startup Tour, Linköping

Linköping, Sweden; 25 October 2016 - This month, DI Digital, Nordic Tech List and numerous executive and financial partners, began traveling…

Read More...

AMRA Secures Five Acceptances at 2016 RSNA

AMRA Secures Five Acceptances at 2016 RSNA

Linköping, Sweden; 21 October 2016 - AMRA is honoured with a strong presence at the 2016 Radiological Society of North America…

Read More...

Events

BIO 2017, San Diego, June 19-22 2017

BIO 2017, San Diego, June 19-22 2017

Read More...

ECO 2017, Porto, May 17-20 2017

ECO 2017, Porto, May 17-20 2017

Read More...

ISMRM, Honolulu, April 22-27 2017

ISMRM, Honolulu, April 22-27 2017

Read More...

EASL, Amsterdam, April 19-23 2017

EASL, Amsterdam, April 19-23 2017

Read More...

ECR in Vienna, March 1-5 2017

ECR in Vienna, March 1-5 2017

Read More...

BIO-Europe Spring, Barcelona, March 20-23 2017

BIO-Europe Spring, Barcelona, March 20-23 2017

Read More...

News Archive
All Events
From Population Medicine to Precision Medicine

Today's Challenge

It is estimated that 2.1 billion worldwide are overweight or obese. In addition, it is estimated that the number of those over 60 years of age will surpass 2 billion by 2050. Our greatest global health challenges are thus related to obesity and aging. Individuals today are often characterized by BMI and waist circumference, indirect measurements that tells little about health and metabolic status.

Our Solution

AMRA ́s precise measurements are acquired via a 6-minute MRI scan and translated via AMRA® Profiler, a cloud-based, computer-aided service. The results provide precise body composition measurements compared with normative values. The research and medical community will now be better equipped to improve and personalise treatments for individuals with metabolic and aging-related disease.