The BIC core team, circa 1980 - with Dr. Bill Feindel (center), founding Director of the Centre.    

One of the first BIC cyclotrons, for the production of radionuclides tracers used in nuclear imaing (PET and SPECT). 

The Positome (early PET system), circa 1975 - courtesy of Dr. Richard Leblanc.

Installation of the first MRI scanner in Canada, circa 1984. Courtesy of Terry Peters.

Installation of the first MRI scanner in Canada, circa 1984. Courtesy of Terry Peters.

The very first MRI image produced by the first MRI scanner in Canada, installed at the BIC in 1984. Courtesy of Terry Peters.

The very first subject (Dr. Bill Feindel) in the first MRI scanner in Canada, installed at the BIC in 1984. Courtesy of Terry Peters.

Celebrating the installation of the first MRI scanner in Canada - Dr. Bill Feindel, circa 1984. Courtesy of Terry Peters.

First subject in the first MRI scanner in Canada - Dr. Bill Feindel, circa 1984.

Dr. Chris Thompson during take off ;)

Second MRI scanner at the BIC, first 3T in Quebec.

Helium steaming at the MEG (installed in 2011).

Beth (MEG core) - everything is under control.

Dr. Simon Drouin, demoing the surgical imaging suite in Dr. D. Louis Collins' lab.

Dr. Bill Feindel (center), founding Director of the BIC.

Treating our research participants with just the right TLC.

Scanning comes in all flavors at the BIC, with all sorts of extra gizmos.

First MRI subject in Canada (Dr. Bill Feindel) seems happy of his MR portrait. Courtesy of Terry Peters.

Teaching and training start early at the BIC.

BIC’s own musical talents: The Blue Monkey Project

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