The goal of the Preclinical Imaging Core is to provide non-invasive imaging approaches for visualizing pathological processes in animal models.
Your acknowledgement matters
In the methods or acknowledgments of your paper, please mention that your data was taken at the University of Ottawa Preclinical Imaging Core facility. For example: Live mouse brain MRI was performed at the University of Ottawa Preclinical Imaging Core using a 7 Tesla GE/Agilent MR 901. Please make sur to the equipment name is correct.
Please make sure you mention the RRID of the core facility as such: RRID:SCR_021832.
Thanks to your acknowledgment of the PCIC through this identification number, we are able to track all publications easier. Keeping track of published results acquired at PCIC is an important measure that we use to show our importance to stakeholders.
Thank you for your acknowledgment.
Preclinical Imaging Core
Located within the Animal Care and Veterinary Service, University of Ottawa
Roger Guindon Hall, rooms 1327-1340
451 Smyth Road, Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1H 8M5
Dr. Richard Aviv, MD
Head of Medical Imaging | Chef d'Imagerie médicale
The Ottawa Hospital | L’Hôpital d’Ottawa
Chair & Professor, Department of Radiology| Directeur & Professeur, Département de radiologie
Director, Preclinical Imaging Core | Directeur, Centre d’Imagerie Préclinique
University of Ottawa | Université d’Ottawa