Western Sydney University Node

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Western Sydney University (WSU) contributes time to NIF on their 11.7 T and 14.1 T Bruker spectrometers, as well as their Quantum GX MicroCT at the Campbelltown campus. These instruments are located adjacent to PC2 facilities and have access to a large animal house, which are available to NIF users of the imaging facilities.

Provisions exist for conducting imaging of small animals under anaesthesia in a specialised live animal imaging probe with ancillary respiratory monitoring equipment and cardiac gating.

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This node has particular expertise in diffusion MRI – both conventional (i.e. k-space) and q-space (i.e., diffusion based) methods and interpretation.

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NIF Publications (2019)
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Western Sydney University Node Director
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