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At the moment, the only scanner easily available to members of the CBU is the CBU MRI facility. In a few months the [http://www.wbic.cam.ac.uk WBIC] will have a functioning Siemens 3T scanner of very similar specification. When this is working, you will need to consider if your study needs the hospital environment that the WBIC provides - for example if you are administering drugs or scanning patients that are unwell. At the moment (July 2006), the only scanner easily available to members of the CBU is the CBU MRI facility. Around August 2006, the [http://www.wbic.cam.ac.uk WBIC] will have a functioning Siemens 3T scanner of very similar specification. When this is working, you will need to consider if your study needs the hospital environment that the WBIC provides - for example if you are administering drugs or scanning patients that are unwell.

Which scanner should I user for my study?

At the moment (July 2006), the only scanner easily available to members of the CBU is the CBU MRI facility. Around August 2006, the [http://www.wbic.cam.ac.uk WBIC] will have a functioning Siemens 3T scanner of very similar specification. When this is working, you will need to consider if your study needs the hospital environment that the WBIC provides - for example if you are administering drugs or scanning patients that are unwell.

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