Launching the 7 T for Clinical Scanning and Future Research Studies
Please save the date for a presentation by Professors Jeff Moore, director of the Beckman Institute, and Andrew Webb, director of clinical imaging research at the Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute, Carle Foundation Hospital
Carle and the University of Illinois are partnering to bring a MAGNETOM 7 Tesla (7 T) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner to the community and campus for clinical scanning and research studies. The scanner is to be located in Carle’s Heart & Vascular Institute and 50% of the scanning time is dedicated to Illinois researchers. The 7 T is a campus-wide shared resource, managed under the Biomedical Imaging Center at Beckman. We are currently hiring staff to support the scanner and we are eager to build a user base by working with interested faculty on campus and by recruiting faculty whose research will be enabled by the 7 T MRI scanner, which we expect to be operational by October 2020.
- Monday, February 24, 2020
- noon- 1 pm
- 114 Huff Hall
An Overview of Illinois REDCap and Its Features for AHS Researchers
...will be presented by REDCap Specialist Michelle Lore from the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute.
Description: REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure web application for collecting data via surveys and data entry forms. It is a HIPAA-capable platform, making it ideal for collecting Protected Health Information. This presentation will include: an overview of REDCap, features of the system, how it protects data, and how to gain access to REDCap.
This seminar will run twice in the Spring 2020 Semester:
Monday, January 27th at 9 am in Huff 114 (RSVP here)
Thursday, April 16th at 3 pm in Huff 114
PAST CHAD Seminars
- Important Financial Issues for Researchers
- Research IT Services for AHS Researchers
- Talking to the Media about your Research
- Foundation Funding for AHS Researchers
- International Activities and Compliance for AHS Researchers
- Human Subjects Payments
- Campus Research Board Funding for AHS Researchers
- Collaborations with Carle Foundation Hospital