The BTRC originated as the first Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Lab on the UT Southwestern campus almost 30 years ago. Financial support from NIH has been the backbone of its growth and success. We are committed to the continued technological advances our research has made and have shared and continue to share our work with the research community and with patient care. Including development of MRI tracers, and new frontiers in understanding cancer metabolism utilizing hyperpolarization.
A full list of all current collaborative projects and all current service projects is available through the following links:
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