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About the vascular biology imaging research group

Vascular biology imaging research group (VBIRG) at Sunnybrook Research Institute

The vascular biology imaging research group (VBIRG) is part of the Physical Sciences platform and the Schulich Heart Research Program at Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI). We work under the direction of Dr. Alan Moody, a senior scientist at SRI and chair of the department of medical imaging at the University of Toronto.

Our group engages in clinical and basic research of novel diagnostic imaging techniques and their applications to vascular diseases, and various aspects of vascular biology. Specifically, we focus on a new form of magnetic resonance imaging that has the capability of extracting diverse characteristics from tissue or organs noninvasively.

We are fully affiliated with U of T, and we offer graduate training positions for M.Sc., PhD and postdoctoral or post-health professional degree fellowships. Contact Dr. Moody with any questions about his research activities and current opportunities in the VBIRG group.

Principal investigator

Dr. Alan Moody
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