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The Biomedical Research Imaging Center exists to serve the imaging needs of researchers, and to advance the rapidly developing science of biomedical imaging.

– Weili Lin, Director

Weili Lin in lab.


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  • Martin MacKinnon wins Bruker MRI Award

    Congratulations to Martin MacKinnon, of the BRIC Center for Animal MRI, winner of the first annual Bruker MRI award at the 2020 ISMRM for his entry on i-ZTE fMRI! “It was a great experience to win the Bruker MRI award and be able to speak to the preclinical imaging community alongside leaders in the field.” … Continued

  • New S10 Awarded to Dr. Ian Shih

    Congratualations to Dr. Ian Shih and then entire BRIC Center for Animal MRI team on the recently awarded S10 grant to upgrade the advance neo system on the Bruker 9.4T! Avance neo upgrade for the biospec 9.4T/30CM MRI system at UNC (NIH S10 MH124745, PI: Shih) Animal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) research at the University … Continued

  • Dr. Oldenburg Awarded grant for 3D Scanning Endoscope Development

    Dr. Amy Oldenburg, Professor in the UNC Physics & Astronomy Department and BRIC faculty member, was awarded a new grant for the development of a rapid, 3D laser scanning endoscope to study the upper airways of infants and children with subglottic stenosis (SGS), a life-threatening condition. The microscopic resolution afforded by the endoscope will be … Continued

  • Amber Leinwand with mask & no mask

    Meet our BRIC Human Imaging Techs!

    With the need for masks the new reality for the foreseeable future, we know that many visitors to the BRIC will be meeting our wonderful Human Imaging staff for the first time without being able see their smiling faces. We want to make sure that every visitor feels comfortable during their visit and knows who … Continued

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