We are a resource for cancer imaging research.
The Molecular Imaging Center (MIC) has the instrumentation, personnel and expertise to support cellular imaging. Our overall goal is to advance our basic understanding of disease through non-invasive, in vivo imaging using small animals up to, potentially, humans.
Research 'cores' are designed to support investigators and their research. Each core is focused on one aspect of research. Cores are shared -- they are a service -- and one research project may require multiple core facilities. View more about the MIC's and Optical Radiology Lab's instruments here.
We have two research cores: