Dr Lisa Hutton
Facility Manager, Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI)
3:40 PM The Convergence of Pre-Clinical Animal and Human Research Facilities to Raise Capital and Optimize Space Utilisation
Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI) is one the world’s most distinguished imaging facilities, housing multi-million equipments to lead global research. Within the facility are interdisciplinary and multimodal imaging research spaces, allowing pre-clinical and clinical applications. Sharing pre-clinical and clinical facilities for animal and human research ensures equipment costs are reduced, and services are streamlined.
This is a one stop shop!
- Implementing a Shared Imaging Facility for all types of animals and humans to boost space capacity and initial capital outlay
- Positive and negative implications of a shared facility for animals and humans
- Exploring additional requirements needed to plan, design and develop a translational facility
- Case Study within a case study: BrainPark as a flexible and purpose built research facility