Whole-Body MRI Systems:  The Richard M. Lucas Center for Imaging houses four whole-body MRI systems (two 3.0T, one 3.0T PET/MR and one 7.0T). For more information and access to these systems please see the following links:

Lucas MRI Service Center (Two 3.0T MRI systems):  http://med.stanford.edu/lucasmri

PET-MR Service Center (One 3.0T PET/MR system):  http://med.stanford.edu/pet-mri

For access to the 7T, please contact Brian Rutt, PhD, at brutt@stanford.edu for information.

A Siemens Angiostar digital x-ray fluoroscopic/angiographic system is also housed in the facility which may be used for animal preparations as well as interventional research.

Wet laboratory space has complete facilities for preparation of animal models, data analysis laboratories, and an electronics/RF coil workshop.

The Zeego Lab in the Grant Building (part of Stanford Hospital) houses a state-of-the art Siemens C-Arm CT system.

A Hardware Instrumentation Lab is at the Technology & Innovation campus at 3155 Porter Drive.

Collaborations with Lucas Center researchers are invited and encouraged.