Biomedical Imaging Center (BIC)

The Biomedical Imaging Center (BIC) is a transdisciplinary team focused on biomedical imaging and image analytics. Biomedical imaging produces internal images of patients, animals, or tissue samples for basic research, preclinical and clinical applications. The mission of the Biomedical Imaging Cluster at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is to define biomedical imaging frontiers, realize clinical/preclinical potentials, and train the next generation of imaging scientists and engineers.

BIC research focuses on cutting-edge x-ray, optical tomographic imaging, multi-modality imaging, image formation and analysis, as well as artificial intelligence and machine learning methods. Research and training involve the entire process from innovation and instrumentation to validation for real-world applications. Close collaborative ties have been formed with leading medical schools, and with industrial partners such as the GE Global Research Center, enabling translational impact.

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