Welcome to the Centre for Advanced Imaging
The Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI) brings together the skills of a critical mass of researchers and 'state-of-the-art' research imaging instruments. It is the only facility of its type in Australia, one of only a handful in the world. Staff and students moved into first stage of the new CAI building in September 2012, with the second stage due for completion in mid-2013.
The CAI was created in 2009 as a strategic initiative of The University of Queensland (UQ) and reflects the growing role of imaging in cutting-edge biotechnology and biomedical research at UQ.
- Cancer research attracts funding CAI researchers have obtained funding for three cancer research projects in the field of molecular imaging, nanomedicine and language function, by the Cancer Council of Queensland and the National Breast Cancer Foundation
- 2014 ARC and NHMRC Grants awarded to CAI Researchers Researchers at the Centre for Advanced Imaging have attracted more than $2,000,000 in funding in the latest Australian Research Council and National Health and Medical Research Council grant rounds.