The UW Department of Radiology has expertise in many research areas, and we are ready to work with you to provide resources and support that will make your research stronger.
The UW Department of Radiology Medical Imaging Research Support (MIRS) provides assistance to UW research teams interested in using medical imaging as an outcome measure. Services include imaging-specific advice with respect to protocol development, imaging manual creation, regulatory requirements, nursing and study coordination, budget, and the use of well-validated image analysis.
The Department of Radiology Research Overreads service is available to all researchers on campus who include imaging as part of their study. Our radiologists review research scans identified by each lab and provide a general assessment, as well as initiating further discussions for unintended clinical findings. To log in, users must have a public Department…
Using the Department of Radiology Image Requests service, researchers from across campus can place requests for deidentified research images. Users must have a public Department of Radiology account to log in and manage their requests.
Scanner time requests are available to all researchers across campus who need to make use of imaging technologies as part of a feasibility study or IRB-supported project.
A facility designed for the production of radiopharmaceuticals for preclinical and clinical research. To develop and manufacture high-quality standard and novel radiopharmaceuticals in order to support and advance preclinical and clinical translational PET molecular imaging and radiotherapy research and clinical trial services.