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Sunday28 February 2021

If you would like to volunteer for PET/CT brain research projects, brainpet.org is a good place to start.

Males aged in their 40s, 50s and 60s needed for brain scan study ($100)

The University of Melbourne and the Florey are pleased to announce that the PhD coursework in neuroscience will be offered again in March 2014, albeit with a few changes in response to the supervisors’ survey as well as the students’ feedback:

The 7T MRI at the University of Melbourne (UoM) will be available for research use from mid-2014. To facilitate and grow access, UoM has teamed up with the Brain Research Institute (BRI, Austin Hospital and the Florey at Heidelberg) to provide coordinated discounted 3T MRI access.

Hosted by the Melbourne Brain Imaging Unit, and its partners the Melbourne Neuroscience Institute, University of Melbourne and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, the PET/CT applications workshop provided an insight to the utility of the PET/CT facility at the Kenneth Myer building, Melbourne Brain Centre, Parkville and PET/CT scanning in general.