The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois hosts three main research resources which support the work of ICAM:
The Beckman Institute's Biomedical Imaging Center is home to a wide variety of research programs, providing facilities, equipment, and training for research on nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy. A recent initiative of the Center is the integration of magnetic resonance methods with simultaneous optical imaging.
The Illinois Simulator Laboratory is a Beckman Institute facility for advancing scientific understanding of human-computer interactions. As an Institute-wide facility, the ISL uses its expertise in the integration of advanced visualization, sonification, and interface technologies to enable researchers to conduct experiments in human multi-modal perception and cognition, cognitive and motor development, and multi-dimensional dataset visualization.
Serving over 400 researchers from the Beckman Institute and nearly every department on campus, the Imaging Technology Group provides state-of-the-art facilities in the Microscopy Suite and the Visualization Laboratory.