Western Sydney University Node of the National Imaging Facility

The Western Sydney University Node has a strong theoretical background in sequence development especially with regard to diffusion NMR.

The node has 11.7 and 14.1 T wide bore MRI (i.e. 89 mm). Current projects include studies of nanoparticle contrast agents in mouse brains and other organs to DTI studies of grapes to q-space imaging and characterisation of porous media.

The node also has micro-CT and a Fast Field Cycling NMR (FFC NMR) capability.


Websites: www.anif.org.au; https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/nanoscale
To apply, click here

The Shadowing Offer

Main focus

Hands-on

Image data storage and analysis

Theoretical development and modelling

Other Activities

Training activities may be available depending on the timing of the visit

Preferred position of applicant

Imaging specialist

Duration of stay

Up to 2 months