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Center for Advanced Imaging

Center for Advanced Imaging

The Center for Advanced Imaging (CAI) at WVU was established to provide superior radiological services via a rare integration of clinical imaging with research and development.

Based in the Health Sciences Center, the CAI is a 20,000 square-foot clinical and research imaging facility. The Center currently scans both clinical patients and research subjects.

The CAI includes:

  • two Siemens Biograph mCT PET/CT scanners
  • a Siemens 3.0T Verio MRI scanner,
  • a nuclear imaging research and development laboratory,
  • three Siemens 1.5T Aera¬† MRI scanners,
  • a cyclotron and radiochemical laboratory,
  • an evoked-response and transcranial magnetic stimulation laboratory.

The outstanding imaging facilities and staff at the CAI form the clinical arm of the Center. An image-focused NIH-funded group of laboratories form the other research arm.