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Physical Sciences

Facilities within Physical Sciences use imaging technologies to understand, diagnose and assess disease. These include imaging systems for preclinical and clinical research, and intraoperative imaging systems designed for use in surgical settings.

1.5T MRI

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General Electric Signa CV/i magnetic resonance imaging system with state-of-the-art hardware and software options


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General Electric "long-bore" 16-channel magnetic resonance imaging system with EXCITE HD technology


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Bruker 7T preclinical MR imaging system with animal monitoring equipment

Biomarker Imaging Research Laboratory

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Employs 3-D histopathology techniques to generate high-resolution digital images of large tissues

Computed Tomography Facility

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Toshiba Aquilion One computer tomography scanner capable of one-volume scans

Multiphoton Laser Scanning Microscope

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Olympus Fluoview FV1000MPE multiphoton microscope enables deep preclinical in vivo and thick-tissue imaging

Nuclear Polarization Device

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Oxford HyperSense dynamic nuclear polarization device generates hyperpolarized substrates for subsequent magnetic resonance imaging

O-Arm Surgical Imaging System

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A mobile, isocentric, cone-beam computed tomography system integrated with the StealthStation S7 Surgical Navigation System

Vertical Bore 7T NMR and MRI

Bruker Ascend 300WB 7T magnet for nuclear magnetic resonance and magnetic resonance imaging