Biomedical Technology Research Centers (BTRCs) create critical, often unique technology and methods at the forefront of their respective fields, and apply them to a broad range of basic, translational, and clinical research. This is accomplished through a synergistic interaction of technical and biomedical expertise, both within the resources and through intensive collaborations with other leading laboratories.
BTRCs serve a unique purpose in the broad context of NIH-funded research. They represent a critical mass of technological and intellectual resources with a strong focus on service and training for outside investigators, as well as dissemination of technologies, methods, and software. Their goal is to promote the widespread and routine application of the cutting-edge technologies they develop across the full spectrum from bench to bedside.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Image-Guided Therapy. READ MORE >>
Genetics; Modeling of Complex Systems; Molecular Dynamics; Visualization; Imaging Informatics. READ MORE >>
Microscopy; Fluorescence Spectroscopy; In Vivo Diagnosis. READ MORE >>
Synchrotron X-Ray Technologies; Electron Microscopy; NMR. READ MORE >>
Mass Spectrometry; Proteomics; Glycomics and Glycotechnology; Flow Cytometry. READ MORE >>
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