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Level 1 Training Signups Open

UPDATE: Due to circumstances arising from extreme weather, the Level 1 training sessions scheduled for Friday, September 3 have been canceled. Extra spots have been added to next week’s calendar, and you can use the same link below to sign up for them.   We are ready to start providing the safety training that will … Read More

First Human Scan

On Friday, July 9th, the first human subject was scanned on the new Prisma 3T MRI scanner in CAHBIR. Although the purpose of the scan session was only to assess initial image quality and evaluate early imaging protocols still in development, we were all very pleased with the results. The scanner performed well in all … Read More

It’s Move In Day!

One July 1, 2021, Rutgers IP&O obtained a temporary certificate of occupancy for the CAHBIR labs, which marks the end of construction and grants permission for us to occupy the space. So, today, July 2nd, we are moving in and setting up our new offices and the equipment that will be used at the scanner. … Read More

Participate in Research

Want to get a picture of your brain? We are now enrolling research participants. See our Volunteer for MRI studies page. https://sites.rutgers.edu/cahbir/volunteer-for-mri-studies/  

Magnet Delivered

We are pleased to announce that CAHBIR’s first MRI scanner has been delivered. Early in the morning of April 22nd, 2021, a flatbed truck arrived in parking lot 58C on the Rutgers campus. That flatbed’s precious cargo, a Siemens Prisma, will provide human brain imaging capabilities for researchers here at Rutgers and other partner institutions. … Read More

2021 BHI-CAHBIR Grant Program

We are pleased to announce a new pilot grant program for researchers wanting to conduct studies at CAHBIR.¬† The grants are for up to $50,000. See link for details¬† http://sites.rutgers.edu/cahbir/wp-content/uploads/sites/536/2021/02/BHI-CAHBIR-Pilot-Grant-RFP_2021-1.pdf    

Building Our New Neuroimaging Center in Piscataway

The Center for Advanced Human Imaging Research will open its doors for scanning in 2021 on the Rutgers Busch Campus. The center’s mission is to provide state of the art neuroimaging for clinical and cognitive neuroscience research. The space for the center is currently being renovated and will house brand new imaging facilities starting in … Read More