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A new UD facility will house research-quality imaging instruments, including the state's first functional MRI.
The UD Center for Biomedical and Brain Imaging (CBBI) is a state-of-the-art, 11,600 square foot core research facility. It houses a Siemens 3T Magnetom Prisma scanner with the capability to map brain activity, as well as provide remarkably detailed images of muscles, discs, bones and organs. The center offers facilities for imaging of both humans and large animals. Serving researchers campus-wide, statewide and throughout the region, the CBBI will advance research on psychopathology, cancer, stroke, cerebral palsy, osteoporosis and other diseases and disorders.
Go to the CBBI website for more information: http://cbbi.udel.edu/
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This fMRI image shows fiber tracts that provide communication between different areas of the brain.
In this fMRI image, the yellow areas are those in the brain that are
active in a task where subjects predict a reward but don't get one in a
Initial scans in CBBI!