C-TRIC is a 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.
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C-TRIC Pilot Grant
The Colorado Translational Research Imaging Center
(C-TRIC) Pilot Grant Program was developed to encourage imaging-based research
at the University. Support is currently available in the form of free large
animal or human PET/CT scans and image analysis. These are available for
studies designed to acquire limited pilot data for a future grant submission.
Investigators at all CU campuses are eligible.
The application and guidance can be accessed below.