Brigham Young University Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Facility
Provo, UT, US
Academic Core Facility
The structural and functional neuroimaging core is located at the BYU Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Laboratory (MRIRF), which consists of more than 3,500 sq. ft. of office, classroom, and laboratory space. The facility is located in the McDonald Building on the BYU campus, and is in close proximity (a short walk) to faculty and student offices and laboratories in the Colleges of Engineering, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Family, Home, and Social Sciences.
The imaging facility contains an MRI coil laboratory fully equipped with oscilloscopes, a network analyzer, signal generators, a full size test bore/RF shield to simulate the MRI electrical environment, and other essential test and measurement equipment. In addition, the facility contains wet-lab space with a fume hood, two neurological evaluation rooms, ample preparation space immediately adjacent to the MRI scanner, and an MR physics laboratory.
|Brigham Young University Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Facility Provo, UT, 84602 United States|
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