Translational Bioimaging
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The Translational Bioimaging Resource (TBIR) serves as a university-wide resource for preclinical biomedical imaging. Through a collaboration between Research, Discovery & Innovation, The University of Arizona Cancer Center, and the Center for Gamma Ray Imaging the resource has the capability to image biological constructs, small and large animals, and human participants. The TBIR has expertise in imaging neurological structures and neural systems, progression of aging, cardiac function, blood oxygenation levels, arterial plaques, vascular and skeletal systems, inflammatory diseases such as lipedema, disease progression, response to therapies, and much more 
The resource has highly qualified personnel that can assist with experimental design, protocol development, solving unique imaging needs, anesthesia and surgical procedures for animal work, animal support before, during, and after imaging experiments, and image analysis.