The Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI) combines the collaborative clinical and scientific expertise of GE Health Care, UT Health Science Center (Houston) and the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The CABI imaging core, as part of a 315,000 square foot research facility (South Campus Research Building 3), was established at MD Anderson in April 2007 and is part of the Red and Charline McCombs Institute for the Early Detection and Treatment of Cancer on MD Anderson’s South Campus.
The mission of the center is to develop a leading multi-disciplinary research center with innovative programs in basic, translational and clinical research in advanced biomedical imaging of cancer and related diseases, and to serve MD Anderson in making cancer history.
The goal of the center is the early stage diagnosis and characterization of cancer, and the early stage assessment of therapy, using novel advanced biomedical imaging techniques. This early stage assessment of cancer and therapy will help lead to more appropriate and effective individualized therapies.
Led by Director - Marshall Hicks MD, Scientific Advisor - H. Charles Manning PhD and Medical Advisor - Brett Carter MD, CABI is primarily composed of faculty and staff from departments in the Division of Diagnostic Imaging.
South Campus Imaging Facility
Main Number: 713-563-8979
7:30 AM to 4:00 PM (CST)
1881 East Rd, Unit 1905
Houston, TX 77054
Cyclotron Radiochemistry Facility
Main Number: 713-563-5455