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
The Edinburgh Imaging Facility Easter Bush undertakes veterinary imaging at the Dick Vet School, the Roslin Institute and LARIF, located south of Edinburgh near the Pentland Hills.