Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS) In-Vivo Imaging Core

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Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS) In-Vivo Imaging Core



Affiliation :  IUSM/IUPUI

Director:   Gary Hutchins
Director:   Yu-Chien Wu
Director:   Scott Snyder
Manager:   Jason Shine
Manager:   Jieun Kim

Website:  https://medicine.iu.edu/research/support/service-cores/research-imaging

Description:
The Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS) financially supports and maintains an In-Vivo Imaging Core as a service provider and research center for imaging and radiotracer development. We provide imaging services for clinical trials, observational and preclinical studies, and radiochemistry support for molecular imaging. Currently, the Core is equipped with state-of-the-art imaging systems, including a Siemens 3.0T PrismaFit magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner, a Siemens 3.0T Prisma MRI scanner, a Siemens Vision positron emission tomography (PET) – computer tomography (CT) scanner, a Siemens Biography PET-CT scanner, an in-house-built PET scanner, a Bruker 9.4 T PET-MRI scanner, a Siemens Eclipse Medical Cyclotron, and Radiochemistry Facilities. In addition, highly skilled faculty and staff are available to assist with research study design, and image data collection, processing and analysis. We envision that personalized patient care will be facilitated by imaging-driven diagnosis of disease, imaging-guided therapy, and imaging-based assessment of treatment response.

Services Offered:
  • Experimental Design
  • PET
  • MRI
  • Animal handling
  • Radiotracer development and production
  • Imaging technique development
  • Proposal preparation
  • Budget planning
  • Data analysis
  • Manuscript preparation
Contact Information:
Shine, Jason R
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