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Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre

Department of Clinical Neurosciences

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This safety Course is mandatory for anyone who wishes to work in the WBIC MRI Suite and for ALL core WBIC staff.

The course covers some basic physics of MRI and how the safety issues are addressed for patients and volunteers. The course is organised by Mrs Victoria Lupson and Dr Alison Sleigh. Please contact Victoria Lupson via e-mail to register interest.

The course is required before undertaking any MR imaging in the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre.

The 2015 course dates are:

Mon 9th February 2015            (10:00 – 13:00)
Mon 20th April 2015                 (10:00 – 13:00)
Mon 15th June  2015                (10:00 – 13:00)
Mon 14th September 2015       (10:00 – 13:00)
Mon 30th November 2015        (10:00 – 13:00)

All sessions will be held in the LMI conference room on the West Forvie site.

Further information can be download by clicking here.

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