The Imaging and Response Assessment Core (IRAC) is a shared resource that focuses on accurate and reproducible imaging assessment for tumor characterization and for determining response to therapy in clinical cancer research.
The MR Facility is a research facility with a special emphasis on brain imaging containing 2 MRI systems that are dedicated 100% of the time to both human and animal research.
Animal models (including transgenic and knock-out mouse models) are routinely used to identify biomarkers of human diseases and to devise novel therapeutic strategies. In vivo, non-invasive imaging of mice and rats is ideally suited to assess the efficacy of such biomarkers, characterize mechanisms of disease progression, and assess response to therapy longitudinally in preclinical rodent […]
Hospital-based research facility that provides access to advanced clinical imaging technologies and resources needed to execute clinical research studies