Centers and Shared Resources

DUKE CENTER FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN RADIOLOGY

The Duke Center for Artificial Intelligence in Radiology (DAIR) aims to leverage existing clinical and scientific expertise with the Department of Radiology to facilitate and promote translational machine learning research involving medical imaging and other radiology data within Duke Radiology and in collaboration with other departments and initiatives across the Duke AI Health ecosystem.

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CENTER FOR ADVANCED MAGNETIC RESONANCE DEVELOPMENT

The Center is fully equipped to perform clinical and research MR imaging or spectroscopy studies on humans or large animals. A full range of monitoring, anesthesia, rf coil development, computer and instrumental control facilities as well as MR research technologists and physics/chemistry consultation are available to Department of Radiology researchers and their collaborators.

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CENTER FOR IN VIVO MICROSCOPY

The Duke Center for In Vivo Microscopy (CIVM) is an NIH National Biomedical Technology Research Center dedicated to developing novel methods for preclinical imaging and applying those methods to important biomedical problems.

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CENTER FOR VIRTUAL IMAGING TRIALS

A virtual platform for evaluating medical imaging technologies from design to use. CVIT is a National Center for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering supported by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) and operated at Duke University.

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MULTI-DIMENTIONAL IMAGE PROCESSING LABORATORY

Our mission is to develop, investigate, and apply post-processing technology that provides innovative, high quality and reproducible visualizations and analyses which support enhanced patient care and enable research and education.

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POSITRON IMAGING RESEARCH LAB

The Duke Positron Imaging Research Lab (PIRL) provides PET, PET/CT, and CT imaging for human and large animal research.  It is a School of Medicine service center operated in the Department of Radiology.

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