The MRI Core Facility for Preclinical Cancer Research
The MRI Core Facility for Preclinical Cancer Research is located at the Institute of Cancer Research in the new research building (the K-building) at the Radium Hospital. The Core Facility provide academic and industrial partners with services related to acquisition, post-processing, interpretation and analyses of MR images within the field of oncology.
The MRI Core Facility for Cancer Research holds a state-of-the art Bruker BioSpec 7T animal MR scanner. The scanner is dedicated to the investigation of mice and rats. The unit includes gas-anestesia, animal monitoring equipment and a wide range of MR coils, including the Bruker MRI Cryoprobe which increases the signal-noise ratio by up to 2.5 times compared to standard room-temperature RF-coils.
For information about available services and techniques, visit Services in the left hand margin.
The Core Facility was established in autumn 2012 with funding from The South-Eastern Norway Regional Health.
All new projects must be approved by FOTS and will be evaluated by the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).
For contact information to the SAB members, visit Contact from the left hand margin.