Sydney Imaging is more than just a research facility; it's a collaborative hub that brings together researchers and clinicians to tackle the most pressing questions in healthcare and medical research. As one of the University of Sydney's Core Research Facilities, we are strategically located at the University's Brain and Mind Centre and the Charles Perkins Hub, providing proximity to key institutions like the Institute of Academic Surgery, the Marie Bashir Institute, and Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. We also have preclinical imaging and clinical imaging equipment at the Royal North Shore Hospital / Kolling site.
These prime locations allow us to address significant healthcare challenges, such as neurodegeneration, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, child development, mental health, and aging. We are dedicated to translating vital research discoveries into long-term societal and economic benefits.
With specialised branches dedicated to both preclinical and clinical research, Sydney Imaging is structured to provide essential support for local, national, and global research partners in achieving their most ambitious research objectives. Our flagship Hybrid Theatre, designed to accommodate robotic surgery and image-guided surgical technologies, underscores our commitment to facilitating fundamental and translational research outcomes.
For detailed information on our rates, you can Download 2022 Sydney Imaging rates for University researchers and affiliates (pdf 61 KB)
Recognition of the contribution that core facility staff make to research is vital to the continuation of those facilities and the career progression of individuals. Facility staff are highly skilled scientists who contribute technically and intellectually to research projects. It is therefore important to acknowledge them properly in publications and presentations.
Experience our state-of-the-art Hybrid Theatre, a fully equipped surgical theatre that combines biomedical imaging, artificial intelligence, robotics, and next-generation surgical practices. It supports advanced research and training, propelling your research to new heights.