VBIC establishment funding included the acquisition of seven new instruments, recruitment of expert personnel, and new courses in biomedical imaging.

VBIC establishment funding included the acquisition of seven new instruments, recruitment of expert personnel, and new courses in biomedical imaging.

What we do

We bring together all key Victorian players in bio-medical imaging and enables increased collaboration and sharing of capabilities and infrastructure to benefit translational research and global competitiveness in priority health areas.

Victorian Biomedical Imaging Capability

Provides coordinated network of capabilities and research capacity in biomedical imaging to support universities and medical research institutes for:

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This month we feature research from Robert Turner of Werribee node

This month we feature research from Robert Turner of Werribee node

This month we feature research from Robert Turner of Werribee node. Robert's research work is attempting to establish whether a relationship exists between body composition and fat distribution in dogs and the appearance of their pancreas on ultrasonography and...

This month we feature research from Myrte Strik of Parkville node.

This month we feature research from Myrte Strik of Parkville node.

This month we feature research from Myrte Strik of Parkville node. Myrte's Ph.D. work focuses on the integration of gait biomechanics and 7 Tesla MRI to monitor and predict the progression of gait dysfunction in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. Briefly tell us...

This month we feature research from Jamie Byrne of Hawthorn Node

This month we feature research from Jamie Byrne of Hawthorn Node

This month we feature research from Jamie Byrne of Hawthorn Node. Jamie is completing her PhD (Clinical Psychology) investigating the interactions between sleep, the body clock, and reward. Briefly tell us about your research project. Like our ancestors, we...

VBIC welcomes the opportunity to support collaborations across Victoria and Australia

With many of the resources also part of the National Imaging Facility. If you are interested in making use of the facilities or would like to know more, please contact the VBIC Business Manager or the Node Directors.

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