MRI Core

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      Description

      Penn State College of Medicine's MRI Core is a magnetic resonance imaging facility for animal and human research, providing state-of-the-art MRI methodologies and expertise for in vivo studies to internal and external investigators.

      MRI Methods
      MRI allows for in vivo imaging studies for humans and animals. In addition to the conventional anatomical imaging methods, the Center for NMR Research at Penn State College of Medicine provides these new MRI modalities for advanced research:

      Functional MRI (fMRI)
      Quantitative Parametric Mapping
      Quantitative Morphological Measurement
      Diffusion Imaging (DWI and DTI)
      Tractography
      Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS)

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