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News from VBIC

VBIC Guide to Reporting Incidental Findings Receives Support

We recently asked what people think about the value of the g... Read

Discussion Paper on MRI Quality Control and Assurance across VBIC Nodes

The VBIC has produced a discussion paper on QC/QA for MRI da... Read

Veterans Research Receives Weary Dunlop Award

Professor Christopher Rowe, Director of Molecular Imag... Read
 

What is VBIC?

The Victorian Biomedical Imaging Capability (VBIC) brings together all key Victorian players in biomedical imaging and enables increased collaboration and sharing of capabilities and infrastructure to benefit translational research and global competitiveness in priority health areas.

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

  • Cancer imaging - Monash University, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (PMCC), Prince Henry's Institute and Monash Health
  • Large animal imaging - University of Melbourne
  • Cognitive and clinical neurosciences research - the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health (Florey), University of Melbourne, CSIRO, Alfred Health, Monash Health, Swinburne and Monash Universities and the Centre of Excellence in Integrative Brain Function.
  • Maintenance of existing research capabilities in small animal MR - Florey, Parkville - and large animal CT - University of Melbourne

VBIC welcomes the opportunity to support collaboration 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 one of the Node Directors.