The AIRC is home to five research dedicated MR Instruments, four of which are located in the Biomedical Research Building (BRB) on Marquam Hill. These sophisticated machines support novel research investigating normal physiology, brain development and aging, and disease pathophysiology with high-performance non-invasive imaging capabilities that span from mice to monkeys to man.
The Siemens 3T Prisma instrument, installed in August 2016, represents a significant upgrade to the AIRC 3T Tim Trio instrument installed in 2006. The gradient set has a Gmax of 80 mT/m and... More
The Siemens 3T Trio instrument is located at the campus of the Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC; 10 miles west of OHSU's main Marquam Hill campus) in a dedicated 2500 ft2 building... More
The Bruker-Biospin 8.5T instrument is located in the Biomedical Research Building. The vertical wide-bore spectrometer / micro-imaging system has clear bore diameter of 8.9 cm, an Avance console, and Paravision software... More
For information regarding AIRC equipment and facilities, see Resources