Life Science MRI

The Purdue Life Science MRI Facility is a Purdue Core facility supported by the College of Health and Human Sciences, housing a 3T Siemens MAGNETOM Prisma MRI scanner. The facility is dedicated to the advancement of basic and applied life science research on the Purdue campus with an emphasis in understanding human health and disease. Examples of current research topics include nutrition, environmental health, psychology, basic brain research, speech, language and auditory disorders, motor disorders, autism, cancer, and neurodegenerative disorders. The goal of the Purdue Life Science MRI Facility is to create a supportive environment promoting research on any and all life science-related topics.

Purdue is excited to announce the creation of the Purdue Association for Magnetic Resonance (PARM)!  PAMR is a graduate-run student group open to all students and faculty on campus. We hope to bring together several disciplines that engage in magnetic-resonance related research by engaging in scientific discussion, outreach events, and social gatherings. Working together, we can engage the scientific community and general public in exciting and new research related directly to using magnetic resonance concepts at their core.  Do you like magnets? People? The inside of things? Snacks?  Then follow the link at the top of this page to join PAMR.  Welcome to all those with an interest in MRI, NMR, MRS, or other magnetic-related things.

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