Imaging Core Facilities
The BioMedical Engineering and Imaging Institute (BMEII) is responsible for providing support for all in-vivo imaging research at Mount Sinai. The Imaging Core Facility (the Core) is the backbone of BMEII and is responsible for coordinating, supporting, and executing imaging research at Mount Sinai.
The Core supports all the image acquisition, image analysis, scheduling, and performance of the proposed experiments. The Core has an extensive and expanding inventory of preclinical (large and small) and clinical research imaging facilities and equipment.
The Core’s resources are fully supported by user fees drawn from research grants, instrumentation grants, industry contracts, and agreements. Our core facilities are available for use to all qualified investigators from academic, medical, government, and industry laboratories.
See our list of innovative technologies in biomedical imaging that address basic and clinical research problems which improve human health.
Please go to Calpeno to schedule a scan time and XNAT to access our imaging archive
MRI Safety Training
Simple but thorough set of guidelines that anyone involved with using the BMEII facilities must follow
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Unveils New PhD Concentration in Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies in Medicine
Preparing future biomedical researchers with the necessary skills to tackle the field’s escalating complexity New York, NY (April 19, 2021) The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will offer a new PhD concentration in...
Click here to watch how BMEII researchers are learning about the debilitating long-term effects of Covid for some patients.
On February 28, NBC's Sunday Focus caught up with Zahi Fayad, PhD on BMEII's COVID-19 long-hauler studies. Click here to watch.
Artificial intelligence–enabled rapid diagnosis of patients with COVID-19
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Nat Med (2020).
Probing myeloid cell dynamics in ischaemic heart disease by nanotracer hot-spot imaging
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Nat. Nanotechnol. 15, 398–405 (2020).