The Center for Biomedical Imaging (CBI) provides state-of-the-art imaging resources to advance the field of imaging, train and mentor young investigators. Additionally, the CBI allows basic and clinical sicentists to collaborate, discover new ways to study normal and disease processes and apply these approaches to clinically relevant research.
What's been happening in the CBI this year? Check out our Inaugural CBI Newsletter to find out!
Save the Date! The CBI Open House has been rescheduled to Wednesday, March 12, 2014.
CBI FY2013 Annual Report
This is the first Annual Report of the Center for Biomedical Imaging (CBI). In fiscal year 2013, the CBI provided imaging support and resources for 55 research groups with 74 unique research projects funded by an estimated total of 69 federal and foundation grants. These grants represented approximately $11.5M in funding to MUSC with approximately $2.8M in indirect costs. The CBI also supports MUSC faculty by providing development time to be used for collaborations and the collection of pilot data. In fiscal year 2013, the CBI underwrote approximately $359K of this development time for MUSC researchers. One highlight of fiscal year 2013 was the initiation of a Ph.D. program in Biomedical Imaging, under the direction of Dr. Truman Brown. Overall, the CBI is healthy with all systems functional and usage increasing over FY2012.
Download the full CBI FY2013 Annual Report
Tuesday, March 11 (11-12pm):
Nuts & Bults Meeting
Tuesday, March 25 (11-12pm):
Nuts & Bults Meeting
Rescheduled! Wednesday, March 12 (11-12pm):
CBI Open House Lecture (BEB110)
Using Deep Learning to Predict Autism in Infants Prior to 24 Months of Age
Rescheduled! Wednesday, March 12 (12pm-1pm):
CBI Open House Lecture (BEB110)From Zeugmatography to MRI to the Nobel Prize and Beyond
Thursday, March 13 (3:30-5:30pm):
3:30-4:30pm: Dr. Lotta Granholm-Bentley, Ph.D./D.D.S. MUSC
Down Syndrome and Alzheimer's Disease: Towards a Better Understanding
4:30-5:30pm: Dr. Ralph A. Nixon, M.D., Ph.D. NYU
The Lysomal Netowrk: The Achilles' Heel fo Neurons in Neurodgenerative Disease Pathogenesis
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Dr. Schoepf Awarded "Most Influential Radiology Researcher" by the "Minnies"!
Happy 70th Birthday to Dr. Truman Brown!
Construction Started on BEB235B
New Faculty, Junior Faculty and Development Time Policies Posted
Mailing Address: 96 Jonathan Lucas St., MSC 323, Charleston, SC 29425
Physical Address: 68 President St., Charleston, SC 29425
(p) (843) 876-2460
| || |