Fostering Synergy Among Imaging Scientists and Biomedical Researchers

The infrastructure of the IRI serves to integrate and coordinate imaging-based research in order to incubate innovative research in imaging science and support groundbreaking biological-based research. Learn more about our resources >

From Bench to Bedside and Bedside to Bench

The IRI strives to accelerate advances in the biomedical sciences through the use of novel imaging science and technology, and to create new knowledge at the interface of imaging and biomedical disciplines. About Us >

The Center of Imaging in the BSD

The IRI is a Biological Science Division research and services home for imaging scientists and biomedical investigators who utilize imaging approaches in their research. Our Leadership >

The Forefront of Imaging Innovation and Collaboration

The mission of the IRI is to develop innovative and leading edge biomedical imaging science and technology, and to foster synergy and collaboration among imaging scientist and biomedical researchers. Read our news and announcements >

The Imaging of Science, and the Science of Imaging

The primary goal of the IRI is to further expand and effectively integrate our world-class imaging throughout the Biological Sciences Division in order to enhance biomedical and clinical research. Learn more about our resources >

Our Mission

The BSD Imaging Research Initiative (IRI) is an intellectual home for imaging scientists and for biomedical investigators who utilize imaging approaches in their research. The infrastructure of the IRI serves to integrate and coordinate imaging-based research in order to incubate innovative research in imaging science and support groundbreaking biological research. Our mission:

  • To develop innovative and leading-edge biomedical imaging science and technology
  • To accelerate advances in the biomedical sciences through the use of novel imaging science and technology
  • To foster synergy and collaboration among imaging scientists and biomedical researchers
  • To create new knowledge at the interface of imaging and biomedical disciplines – including bench to bedside, and bedside to bench
  • To provide a full spectrum of research resources from animal and human imaging facilities to quantitative imaging analysis tools
  • To support the training of future generations of imaging scientists and biomedical scientists in a unique environment of interdisciplinary education in both imaging and biomedical research

Latest News and Announcements

HIRO publishes new journal article!

The HIRO has published a new journal article! The article highlights challenges to the management of clinical trial imaging, and includes several recommendations to tackle these issues industry-wide. The article, titled "Critical Challenges to the Management of...

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