We conduct leading magnetic resonance research and clinical research at the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, Center for Clinical Imaging Research and University of Minnesota Health and affiliate hospitals.
CMRR is home to some of the most advanced MR instrumentation in the world, including the world’s first 10.5T clinical imaging magnet, complemented by human resources that provide unique expertise in imaging physics, engineering and signal processing.
CCIR, a National Cancer Institute Center of Quantitative Imaging Excellence (CQIE), provides advanced imaging for specialized clinical and clinical research protocols. Specialized reproducible imaging protocols are implemented with consistent quality via a research-compliant team approach.
Research Opportunities for Trainees
Residents, fellows medical students and graduate students are highly encouraged to participate in research activities. Several faculty members are ready and willing to work with trainees at most stages of education.
If you are interested in getting involved with research happening in the department, please contact Andrew Oliver, email@example.com.