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The goal of the Small Animal Imaging Core (Longwood Small Animal Imaging Facility) is to provide state-of-the-art small animal imaging services to researchers in the Longwood Medical Area of Harvard Medical School. These services include multi-modality imaging, advanced data analysis, image fusion resources, and a satellite animal facility for longitudinal studies.

This facility is available for research use by investigators at BIDMC and external research users. We have a streamlined system for importing animals from other institutions into the facility.

We want to make this a one-stop service for you. Simply bring us the animals, and we will take care of all anesthesia and imaging, and will assist you with data analysis and display. You will leave with all the data you need on a CD, DVD, or USB memory stick. We also have state-of-the art data analysis and fusion facilities to assist you as well.


Contact Information

Small Animal Imaging Facility
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Dana Research Building
330 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Phone: 617-667-0277

David Alsop, PhD
Director, Small Animal Imaging Facility  

Meaghan Fox
Research Program Manager
Phone: 617-667-2508

John-Mac Mroczka
Research Assistant I
Phone: 617-667-0285