The MRI science community at UBC develops new scientific tools for MRI data acquisition and analysis and shares these new methods collaboratively with scientists at UBC and beyond. An overview of the MRI labs at UBC and their research can be found here.
Our facility houses a 3.0 Tesla Philips whole body MRI scanner, which we use to make state of the art in vivo MR imaging and spectroscopy available to researchers like you.
We welcome your enquiries regarding the use of this first-class research centre; our staff are happy to provide assistance in planning your scan protocol.
We operate a state-of-the-art Bruker Biospec 70/30 7.0 Tesla MRI scanner for MR and spectroscopy applications. The scanner is capable of supporting all potential users of the MR Imaging Centre, and is an excellent platform for research studies.
We welcome your enquiries regarding the use of this first-class research centre.