University of California, Davis
CMGI - Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility
Davis, CA 95616USAhttps://health.ucdavis.edu/cancer/research/sharedresources/animalimaging.html
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Last Updated: 11/14/2023
The In vivo Translational Imaging Shared Resource, or IVTISR, provides access to a broad range of in vivo imaging technologies including molecular imaging, optical imaging, quantitative physiologic and anatomic imaging, and whole-body PET/CT scanning in humans and animals. It also provides targeted imaging probes and tracers as well as expertise in planning, executing and analyzing in vivo imaging studies. The resource can support imaging studies in small animals, large animals and humans.
This resource is located in three adjacent buildings in the Health Sciences district of the Davis campus:
1 - Center for Molecular and Genomic Imaging (CMGI), Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility (small-animal imaging)
2 - Center for Imaging Sciences (CIS), Veterinary School (large-animal imaging)
3 - EXPLORER Molecular Imaging Center; School of Medicine (human imaging)
In vivo Translational Imaging Shared Resource is part of UC Davis Health Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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Consulting is offerred outside of University of California, Davis
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