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The Hoglund Biomedical Imaging Center (HBIC) occupies a free-standing 11,500 square foot research-based imaging facility on the KUMC campus and provides outstanding imaging capabilities, including magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalolgraphy, electroencephalography, magnetocardiography, and ultrasound, to complement the existing biomedical research community at KUMC and nearby universities. HBIC brings scientists from diverse disciplines such as neurology, neurosurgery, radiology, nephrology, cardiology, psychiatry, psychology, preventive medicine, nursing, physiology, biochemistry, anatomy, medical physics, engineering, and computer science together in a highly collaborative and integrative environment. A further strength of the HBIC is its close proximity to the KU Hospital, providing optimal access for research participants.

Hoglund Biomedical Imaging Center

HBIC Front Desk