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Colorado Translational Research Imaging Center


C-TRIC is a new comprehensive research imaging center on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (CU-AMC).  Established in 2010 from SIRC funds and the support of the CU departments, the goal of C-TRIC is to create for the campus a collaborative, research imaging environment by bringing together researchers from different disciplines with imaging scientists, and providing the organizational structure and a state-of-the art imaging facility that maximizes creative translational discovery. 
This web site is designed to provide you information about and access to research imaging resources and expertise.   If you do not see the information you need or have a comment on this site, please contact us.   

 


PILOT FUNDING ANNOUNCED

C-TRIC is pleased to announce the availability of pilot funding to stimulate utilization of our recently commissioned Philips PET/CT camera and the cGMP radiopharmaceutical manufacturing facility on the AMC. C-TRIC will be offering a number of grants to help researchers test novel hypotheses and generate pilot data for eventual grant submission. C-TRIC is not accepting applications requiring novel radiopharmaceuticals synthesized by C-TRIC at this time, however applications using FDG are welcome.

For information on how to apply, please see the C-TRIC Pilot Funding Application and Proposal Guidance.
 
 
The purchase of the PET/CT was supported by CCTSI funds from NIH/NCRR Colorado CTSI Grant Number UL1 RR025780