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SINAPSE is developing a world class future in medical imaging for Scotland by drawing on the combined expertise of six Scottish universities. It is a strong, dynamic network that pools facilities, resources and skills, creating a shared environment for strategic research, education and knowledge transfer.

The SINAPSE network provides direct access to outstanding imaging expertise which will benefit the pharmaceutical industry, manufacturers of imaging equipment and academic & clinical researchers.

Our areas of expertise include: MRI; fMRI; PET; SPECT; Radiochemistry; EEG; Ultrasound; Image Analysis; pre-clinical imaging; Imaging trials; Population studies and Image Banking.


The 2015 SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting will be held on Friday 12th June at Kings College Conference Centre, Aberdeen.


Development of Human Brain Image Banks and Age-Specific Normative Brain Atlases

A report on the meeting at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 28-29 August can be downloaded here



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Working with Industry

SINAPSE was awarded £1.12M from the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) to lead on developments in Novel and Collaborative Approaches to Knowledge Exchange in Translational Imaging. The project funds knowledge exchange with industry in the form of industrial PhD studentships, training seminars for industry and academia and staff exchanges.



Under the Scottish Funding Council's SPRING initiative SINAPSE has been commissioned to develop online and face to face training programmes.



For links to Neuroimaging research groups, partners and other relevant organisations visit our Links page.

To contact SINAPSE email the Webmaster Andrew Robson or the SINAPSE Director Professor Dave Wyper