University of Queensland Node of the National Imaging Facility - Centre for Advanced Imaging

The Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI) is an integrated centre for imaging and spectroscopy, encompassing human, animal and materials imaging.

Core facilities in ultra-high field MRI and NMR, preclinical and human molecular imaging, and NMR and EPR spectroscopy serve the University and wider research community with world class instrumentation and expertise.
Equipment includes:

  • 7T and 3T human MRI
  • human PET/CT
  • preclinical 16.4T, 9.4T, and 7T MRI
  • preclinical PET/CT and PET/MR
  • cyclotron and radiochemistry labs
  • 900, 700 and 500 MHz solution NMR
  • 300 Mz solids NMR
  • pulsed and imaging EPR.

Research themes are broadly categorised into the themes of Imaging of Structure, Function and Disease, Imaging, Diagnostic and Spectroscopic Technology and Molecular Characterization and Design. For details you can visit the CAI website.


Website: https://anif.org.au/; https://cai.centre.uq.edu.au/
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The Shadowing Offer

Main focus

Aspects related to user access

Core facility management

Software tools

Image data storage and analysis

Hands-on Preclinical MR-PET, PET-CT

Other Activities

Weekly imaging-based seminars

One-on-one training

Postgraduate masters program lectures in MRT or MI if relevant

Preferred position of applicant

Imaging specialist

Duration of stay

1-4 weeks