Biomedical Imaging Research Institute
The Cedars-Sinai Biomedical Imaging Research Institute (BIRI) is an interdisciplinary research program established in 2010 to develop and apply state-of-the-art imaging technologies to today’s most pressing translational research and clinical questions.
Improve the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases by developing novel medical imaging technology.
Research Areas and Collaborations
The collaborative nature of BIRI provides the opportunity to share discoveries and advance our imaging research.
The purpose of our research is early detection and personalized treatment of diseases.
Debiao Li, PhD
Karl Storz Chair in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Honor of George Berci, MD
Director, Biomedical Imaging Research Institute
Professor, Biomedical Sciences
Anthony Christodoulou, PhD, is a CMR2018 award recipient for his abstract, "Toward a Push-Button, Single-Scan Quantitative CMR Exam.
The Cedars-Sinai Master of Science in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (MSMRM) is an accredited program for training graduate students to become leaders in the field of magnetic resonance (MR) in medicine. Students of this accredited, 20-month program become part of a dynamic, world-class medical center where interactions with leading clinicians and scientists, as well as clinical emphasis through focused rotations, are integrated with scientific coursework throughout the entire program.
Help support the cutting-edge research at Cedars-Sinai's Biomedical Imaging Research Institute (BIRI).
The Biomedical Imaging Research Institute conducts research studies to develop and validate novel imaging software and hardware.
State-of-the-art Multimodality Imaging Facility for the Basic and Clinical Research Community.