IIBIS In Vivo Imaging

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IIBIS In Vivo Imaging

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Affiliation(s):  Indiana Genomics Initiative (INGEN), IU School of Medicine

Director:   Gary D. Hutchins, Ph D.

Website:  http://www.imaging.medicine.iu.edu

Description:
Imaging of tissue biochemistry, physiology, and anatomy provided by the Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS).

Policies: Services Offered:
  • Identification and development of tracers and/or contrast agents to monitor gene expression, cellular physiology and molecular interactions
  • Development of novel in vitro and in vivo imaging methodologies for the study of cellular and molecular processes
  • Assist clinical and pre-clinical investigators and coordinators with all aspects of biomedical imaging required for clinical trials
  • Provide training & experience in structural, functional and molecular neuroimaging
  • Advance state-of-the-art in clinical care for brain disorders including neurosurgical planning and image-guided therapy
  • Provide state-of-the-art imaging technologies to investigators in the Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS)
  • Application of developments to study animal and human subjects for neuroscience, cancer, and cardiovascular disease
  • Develop, assess, and validate emerging technologies for neuroimaging, cancer imaging, and cardiovascular imaging applications
Categories for this Core: Keywords for this Core:
pet, positron emission tomography, ct, computed tomography, bioluminescence imaging, in vivo imaging, biomedical imaging, mri, magnetic resonance imaging, spectroscopy, pre-clinical imaging, small animal imaging, radiochemistry, radiotracers, imaging contrast agents, fluorine-18, carbon-11, oxygen-15, nitrogen-13, neuroimaging, cancer, cardiovascular, fmri

Contact Information:
Mark Holland, PhD
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(317) 274-4307

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