Edinburgh Imaging

Edinburgh Imaging facilities

Edinburgh Imaging has five campuses to carry out research: EIF Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE), EIF Western General Hospital (WGH), EIF QMRI, EIF Easter Bush, and EIF Preclinical.

Edinburgh Imaging Facility - Preclinical

Preclinical imaging is the visualization of living animals for research purposes, such as drug development, helping us further our understanding of various disease processes.

Edinburgh Imaging Facility - QMRI

This facility is located within the Queen’s Medical Research Institute (QMRI) at the Bioquarter campus at Little France.

Edinburgh Imaging Facility - Radiochemistry

The Radiochemistry facility at the University of Edinburgh houses a cyclotron with supporting radiochemistry suites to create both GMP & research PET radiotracers.

Edinburgh Imaging Facility - RIE

This facility is located within the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh building, adjacent to A&E & close to the Division of Clinical Neurosciences (DCN) at Little France.

Edinburgh Imaging Facility - WGH

This facility is located in north Edinburgh on the Western General Hospital (WGH) campus, connected to the old Division of Clinical Neurosciences (DCN) building.

Edinburgh Imaging Facility - Easter Bush

Veterinary students examine an xray
The Edinburgh Imaging Facility Easter Bush undertakes veterinary imaging at the both the Dick Vet School & at the Roslin Institute, located south of Edinburgh near the Pentland Hills.