Imaging for Scientists
Online education, providing an overview of imaging history, modalities (MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Light Microscopy, PET & SPECT), plus image analysis, processing & manipulation. For University of Edinburgh enrolled graduate students only who are using imaging techniques in their research & more information.
- University of Edinburgh enrolled students only.
- Useful for those undertaking projects (at either MSc or PhD level) in the College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine.
- Of more general interest to biologists, chemists, physicists, engineers & other disciplines encountering imaging in the line of research.
- Principles taught are universal to imaging.
- Examples reflect the major contribution of material from clinical / medical imaging & veterinary medicine.
- Materials are drawn from the EIA MSc / Dip / Cert programmes in Neuroimaging for Research & Imaging.
- Online learning, self-paced.
- No tutor oversight, no assignments, no formal assessment.
- Not credit bearing.
Allocate about 4-8 hours per week to study this course.
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|Teaching starts:||Oct / Autumn / Semester 1|
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Our online programmes & courses require you to access materials, discussion boards, references, activities & other online learning tools, via the internet.
You are responsible for your own technical set-up. We expect you to take responsibility for your access to the programme, make back-ups of your work, & to organise alternate access if required.
You are not expected to be a technical whizz. We provide guidance and training for the tools we use.
The University’s IS department do provide distance learning support; and also on weekdays the Edinburgh Imaging Academy office can also offer advice.
In order to study online, you will need the commitment to study independently.
Ask yourself some of the questions below to test your readiness:
- Do I have access to a computer & the Internet?
- How reliable are my personal computer & internet service provider?
- Do I have adequate computer skills?
- Am I confident about computer technology?
- Am I able to fit study in & around my work, my family & my other commitments?
- Can I log on to the University's online learning environment at least twice a week?
- Can I commit to studying for around 10 - 20 hours per week depending on course load?
- Am I able to complete tasks on time?
- Am I self motivated?
- Can I read & write English?
- Do I have competent & efficient keyboard skills?
You should answer "yes" to these questions.
Some people learn well in a traditional training environment while others prefer a different style such as online training.
Only you can decide which method of learning is right for you.
See what our online learning environment is like & test your computing system: