Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging
Developing the next generation of biomedical imaging tools
The Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging is a multidisciplinary research Centre for biomedical imaging. Our aim is to develop novel imaging techniques to improve health and well-being.
CABI is a world-class imaging centre located in the heart of the UCL campus. The Centre hosts 12 state-of-the-art imaging modalities and 50 researchers from across a wide range of disciplines including physics, biology, pharmacology, engineering, nanoscience, chemistry, as well as molecular and cellular biosciences. The Centre has a long-standing track record in the development of imaging techniques and has been awarded over £40 million to create a platform for imaging research. CABI is one of the most advanced biomedical imaging facilities in the world, and its pioneering capabilities are helping to keep the UK at the forefront of scientific research.
In this video produced for the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition Professor Mark Lythgoe and researchers from CABI introduce the department and discuss their current research.
Professor Mark Lythgoe talks about the frontier research at his centre and the thrill he gets from it
Meet researchers in CABI and listed contact details
See a record of publications and front covers produced from original research undertaken in the centre.
Record of CABI grants and research prizes