Center for Magnetic Resonance Research
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Here, high-powered magnets give a window into the body’s inner workings for studying diseases and evaluating treatments.
Collectively, the approaches and instrumentation developed in Center for Magnetic Resonance Research constitute some of the most important tools used today to study system level organ function and physiology in humans for basic and translational research, and are increasingly applied world-wide. CMRR is also home the world’s largest imaging magnet, and the expansion in December 2010 provided CMRR researchers and UMPhysicians doctors with new space to provide patient care.