The CNI has two primary facilities. Please choose a link below to find out more about them:
In our Multiple Sclerosis Magnetic Resonance Imaging suite, a General Electric 1.5T Signa system is dedicated to the study of neurological disorders like multiple sclerosis and related technical developments. The GE scanner has a capability for echo planar imaging, multi-nucleus imaging and spectroscopy. For more information on the GE scanner, please visit the General Electric website.
The following pictures show the scanner and our new facility.
The reception area of Multiple Sclerosis MRI suite
Preparation area for patients
The 1.5 T General Electric Signa scanner
The computer console for the scanner
PC workstations for patient database organization
Sun workstations for development of new MRI pulse sequences
Deborah Arruda and Nancy Richmond, MRI Technicians
The Imaging Lab, part of the Multiple Sclerosis Center, is where patient data and images are analyzed and segmented. The following pictures show the workstations and the lab's facilities.
Dr. Xingchang Wei and Alexandre Guimond working