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Resources and Facilities: Radiology Department

Overview

The Harvard CTSC at MGH includes a large inpatient/outpatient facility sited at the Main campus that supports imaging studies conducted on that campus. In addition the Harvard CTSC at MIT and at MGH includes satellite clinical research facilities that support clinical translational biomedical imaging studies. The MGH satellite, the Biomedical Imaging Core (BIC), sited at MGH-East in Charlestown supports the large volume of clinical translational imaging studies conducted at the Athioula A. Martinos center for Biomedical Imaging. The main campus of the MGH is located in Boston, 15 minutes from the MGH-NMR Center in Charlestown, with frequent shuttle transportation provided between the two campuses for both researchers and ambulatory patients.

MGH Main Campus

HST/MGH/HMS Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Structural and Functional Imaging

This facility occupies ~40,000 square feet of space at MGH-East in Charlestown and contains the majority of the MGH NMR research effort. The Center is comprised of clinical, research, educational, and administration areas. A large expansion of office space as well as some clinical and experimental space was recently completed.

CRC Biomedical Imaging Core Facility

The Biomedical Imaging Core is located on the 2nd floor of building 149 of the MGH Charlestown Navy Yard in approximately 1,500 sq.ft and is situated directly above the dedicated research MR scanners and close to the MEG/EEG imaging site. The space contains a patient reception/waiting area, 2 outpatient exam rooms, computing resources, laboratory/storage space and office space for the staff.

Additional Research Centers, Laboratories and Core facilities