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The Center for Biomedical Imaging

The Center for Biomedical Imaging (CBI) supports two MRI systems that are available to the MUSC research community. A 3 Tesla Siemens Prismafit scanner for human imaging is located at 30 Bee St, and a small-bore 7 Tesla Bruker Biospec 70/30 for preclinical studies is located in the Bioengineering Building at 68 President St. Both scanners are 100% dedicated to research and operated by highly trained staff including MRI technologists. The 3 Tesla system is fully-equipped for task-based functional MRI. General inquiries regarding CBI resources and policies should be sent to cbi@musc.edu.

CBI COVID-19 Mitigation Policy

Please make note of our modified operations during the COVID-19 Pandemic detailed in our CBI COVID-19 Mitigation Policy. Additional details regarding these modified operating procedures will be sent to the CBI Users email list as necessary. Please send general inquires regarding CBI operations to CBI@musc.edu.

Upcoming Events

CBI Seminar Series

(12-1 via WebEx)

  • Wednesday, November 11th - Ezequiel Gleichgerrch, MD, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Neurology, MUSC
  • Wednesday, December 9th - "DeepMReye: MR-based eye tracking without eye tracker" - Matthias Nau, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, NIMH Intramural Research Program Section on Learning and Plasticity

Past CBI Lectures (PDF) 

To receive CBI announcements and virtual meeting information, please email cbi@musc.edu to be added to the CBI Users distribution list.

Image of the Month

CBI Image of the Month for October 2020