Upcoming Events

Edinburgh SPM Course 2019 Apr 01, 2019 - Apr 05, 2019 — University of Edinburgh
Health Innovation and Technologies Research Festival Apr 01, 2019 - Apr 02, 2019 — James Watt Centre, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
PET3D training workshop on integrating PET imaging in drug development Apr 04, 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM — Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
RiiSE19 Conference Apr 13, 2019 12:00 AM — Chancellor's Building, Edinburgh, EH16 4SB
Scottish Dementia Research Consortium Annual Conference 2019 Apr 15, 2019 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM — Radisson Blu, 301 Argyle St, Glasgow

Facilities

Facilities



MRI Centres

We have four major MRI research centres, which incorporate a range of MRI systems including:

Aberdeen

3T Philips Achieva

4.7T preclinical micro MRI

Fast field-cycled MRI [FFC-MRI]

Dundee

1.5T GE Signa HDX [IMSaT]

3T Siemens Tim Trio [CRIF]

Edinburgh

1.5T GE Signa Horizon HDX [WGH]

3T Siemens Prisma [RIE]

3T Siemens Skyrafit [QMRI]

7T Agilent preclinical MRI [EPI]

Glasgow

3T Siemens Tim Trio [CCNi]

3T Siemens Verio [BHF GCRC]

3T Siemens Prisma [QEUH]

3T GE Sigma Excite [QEUH]

7T Siemens Terra [ICE]

7T Bruker Biospec Avance1 70/30 preclinical MRI [GEMRIC]

7T Bruker Pharmascan Avance3 preclinical MRI [GEMRIC]



Molecular Imaging Centres

We have four molecular imaging research centres, which incorporate a range of facilities including:

Aberdeen

GE Discovery STe PET/CT

Siemens Symbia SPECT

Siemens e.cam SPECT

Sedecal eXplore Vista preclinical PET/CT

Cyclotron

Radiochemistry labs

Dundee

GE Discovery MI Digital PET/CT

Siemens Biograph mCT PET/CT

Siemens Symbia T2 SPECT/CT

GE Infinia Hawkeye 4 SPECT/CT

GE Discovery NM/CT 670 SPECT/CT

Philips Brightview XCT SPECT/CT

Edinburgh

Siemens Biograph mMR PET/MR

GE Discovery 710 PET/CT

Siemens Biograph mCT PET/CT

Mediso nanoScan preclinical micro PET/CT

Cyclotron

Radiochemistry labs

Glasgow

GE Discovery 690 PET/CT

GE Discovery 710 PET/CT

Siemens Symbia T2 SPECT/CT

Siemens Intevo SPECT/CT

Siemens Intevo Excel SPECT/CT

GE Optima 640 SPECT/CT

Mediso nanoScan preclinical micro PET/MR

Cyclotron

Radiochemistry labs

Further information about the SINAPSE Molecular Imaging group can be found within the Member Area (log-in required).



EEG / MEG / Neurostimulation

Aberdeen

64-channel Biosemi ActiveTwo EEG system

128-channel Biosemi ActiveTwo EEG system

Edinburgh

Two 64-channel Biosemi ActiveTwo EEG systems

Neurosky MindWave Mobile 1-channel wireless EEG headset

Magstim Rapid2 TMS system

neuroConn DC-Stimulator tDCS system

Gowerlabs NTS Diffuse Optical Tomography System with 8 sources and 8 detectors

Glasgow

248-sensor 4D-Neuroimaging Magnes 3600 WH MEG system

128-channel Biosemi ActiveTwo EEG system

Magstim BiStim TMS system

Magstim Super Rapid2 TMS system

St Andrews

72-channel Biosemi ActiveTwo EEG system

128-channel Biosemi ActiveTwo EEG system

MagVenture X100 TMS system

Stirling

Three 64-channel Neuroscan Synamps2 EEG systems

ANTNeuro eegosports mobile EEG recording equipment combined with 32-channel waveguard EEG caps and ASA software – to provide the capability for fully mobile EEG recording

Magstim 2002 TMS system and allied electromyography

neuroConn DC-Stimulator Plus tDCS/tACS/tRNS system

All our Imaging Centres have been equipped with fMRI compatible EEG from the same manufacturer. This facilitates comparison of data from multi-centre research trials.

Further information about cognitive neuroimaging in the SINAPSE Psychology group can be found within the Member Area (log-in required).



Optical Imaging

Aberdeen

Scanning laser ophthalmoscope

Dundee

 

Edinburgh

Canon fundus camera (45 degree field of view)

Epipole hand-held fundus camera (up to 45 degree field of view)

Optos Daytona ultrawidefield scanning laser ophthalmoscope (up to 200 degree field of view)

Heidelberg Spectralis scanning laser ophthalmoscope (35 degree field of view)

Heidelberg Spectralis optical coherence tomography

Optovue Angiovue optical coherence angiography

Vascular Assessment and Measurement Platform for Images of the REtina (VAMPIRE) is an international collaborative project of retinal image processing groups led by the Universities of Edinburgh and Dundee.



Ultrasound

Information about the SINAPSE Ultrasound group can be found within the Member Area (log-in required).

 

General enquiries about SINAPSE imaging facilities can be directed to Dr Kristin Flegal.