Cancer Imaging Research at the Gerald C. Baines Centre
Our translational imaging laboratory is uniquely positioned as an imaging laboratory within a cancer centre, allowing for easier translation of ideas between imaging researchers, clinicians and students.
Our area houses approximately 1,600 square feet of space within the larger 12,000 square foot Baines Centre including sophisticated, research-dedicated computers and imaging equipment required for complex image processing.
The Gerald C. Baines Centre for Translational Cancer Research provides a unique environment for cancer research. The facility includes imaging researchers, clinical research unit infrastructure, and dedicated space for clinical-trial-related patient care. Read more about the Baines Centre.
Our vision is to achieve positive changes in the treatment of patients living with cancer through improvements in imaging technology and diagnostics.
Through advancements in oncologic image analysis, we strive to further increase the efficiency and accuracy of treatment and improve survival of our cancer patients.