The Bio-Molecular Imaging Center houses a whole-body 3.0T Philips Ingenia Magnetic Resonance Scanner for non-invasive, high resolution human and animal research. Resources for anatomic and functional studies include custom equipment and sequences, as well as the expertise of on-site MR physicists. BMIC provides state-of-the-art imaging technology and applications for studies in basic, translational and clinical research.
Visit our policy page to learn how to start a new research project. Once you have an approved project, our on-site MR physicists and capable MR technicians can help you develop an MR protocol to best fit your study, optimize your existing protocol to operate best on our scanner, or troubleshoot any problems that may occur during the course of your study.