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Welcome

The Image Science Division is the basic research arm of the Department of Radiology that brings together imaging scientists across the spectrum from neuro to musculoskeletal, to cardiovascular, to paediatrics. Under the leadership of Dr. Bruce Pike since 2013, the Image Science Division has now grown to consist of 10 faculty members distributed across 5 centres.


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News

Eric Smith of the Cumming School of Medicine’s Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) has been awarded $1.5 million to support the development of new techniques to identify Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages.

Congratulations to Renzo Phellan on his success in receiving the HBI Graduate Recruitment Scholarship in Neuroscience. Renzo is a PhD student working under the supervision of Dr. Nils Forkert.

Congratulations to Leigh Gabel (supervisor: Dr. Steven Boyd) and Christiane Rhor (supervisor: Dr. Signe Bray) on their success in the 2016 Postgraduate Fellowship competition. On Jan. 13th, 2017, AIHS announced the results of the October 2016 Alberta Innovates Training and Early Career Development Programs competition for the Postgraduate Fellowship.

Dr. Catherine Lebel has transformed the MRI scanning experience for preschool-aged children at the Alberta Children’s Hospital, allowing her to collect one of the largest samples of brain MRI data from this group in the world.

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Image Science

See which members of the University of Calgary are a part of Image Science.

Imaging Centres

Image Science has various centres, imaging across the spectrum.

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Upcoming Seminars

Date & Time:
June 8, 2017

The annual Cummings Radiology Research Day will be held on June 8, 2017 hosted by Dept. of Radiology, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary & Diagnostic Imaging, Alberta Health Services.

Date & Time:
June 9, 2017 - June 10, 2017

This course features an internationally renowned faculty of researchers, scientists and clinicians who will present on advances in neuroimaging techniques to understand the pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and related movement disorders, to diagnose parkinsonian syndromes and monitor disease progression.