Richard M. Lucas Center for Imaging
The Lucas Center houses four General Electric (GE) whole-body, human MRI scanners dedicated entirely to research. All scanners are fully equipped for FMRI.
Two GE 750 3.0T MR Systems
One GE 750 Widebore 3.0T MR System
One GE 7.0T 950 MR System
Clark Center Small Animal Imaging Facility
The Clark Center houses one actively-shielded Discovery MR901 Agilent/General Electric 7T horizontal bore scanner.
EXCITE2 electronics, 8-channel multi-coil RF and multinuclear capabilities and volume RF coils
Supporting LX11 platform
Isoflurane anesthesia in oxygen, and physiological monitoring of the rodent subject including ECG, pulse oximetry, respiration, and temperature feedback for core body temperature maintenance by warm airflow over the animal
Porter Drive Facilities
The Stanford School of Medicine Technology and Innovation Park is a newly established off-campus extension of research facilities dedicated to biomedical research. As part of these new laboratories, the research group of Dr. Brian Rutt oversees two laboratories, one for mechanical and 3D printing as well as phantom fabrication, and a second one for electronic circuit and coil fabrication as well as computational server space.