Edinburgh Imaging

Research Facilities

Edinburgh has some of the best imaging facilities for research in the country.

All of our facilities are maintained with a rigourous quality assurance programme.

If Edinburgh Imaging facilities were used for your research project, please remember to acknowledge us.

Explore the usage statistics for our scanners.

Neuroimaging Sciences

MRI staff with MRI scanner at BRIC
Neuroimaging sciences at Edinburgh Imaging includes facilities on two campuses: one at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE), Little France & one at the Western General Hospital (WGH).

Imaging Facility QMRI

The Edinburgh Imaging facility QMRI (previously called CRIC) is a cutting edge clinical & research unit at the Queen’s Medical Research Institute (QMRI) at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE) Bioquarter campus.

Retinal Imaging

3D visualization of Retinal View
We work collaboratively on research which utilises the retina to gain insights into disease that affect the body and the brain as well as the eye itself.

Veterinary Imaging

Veterinary students examine an xray
The Dick Vet School perform and interpret a wide range of imaging studies to help clinicians diagnose illness in small and large animals as well as exotic species.

Preclinical Imaging Facilities

scans of two mice
Preclinical imaging is the visualization of living animals for research purposes, such as drug development.

Acknowledging Edinburgh Imaging

Tickboxes with green check marks
If you use Edinburgh Imaging Facilities, please ensure you correctly acknowledge Edinburgh Imaging Facilities in all publications, images & presentations. Where Edinburgh Imaging researchers collaborate on external projects, please also identify them as affiliated with Edinburgh Imaging.