Translational Imaging Program (TIP)

TIP Goals

  • Provide new research opportunities by encouraging interdisciplinary cooperation
  • Support public and private grant funded research
  • Integrate all researchers utilizing imaging techniques
  • Engage in hardware and software development
  • Sponsor grants for technical development
  • Encourage industry funded research

The TIP is committed to keeping Wake Forest School of Medicine on the cutting edge of imaging research. 

Locations

The Translational Imaging Program (TIP) occupies several spaces:

  • The ground and first floors (13,200 square feet) of the MRI building including an office suite for Bioinformatics, an image analysis training room, a video editing lab, plus cubicles for programmers and analysts
  • 2,000 square feet in the Nutrition Research Center
  • Dean building

There are several large bench laboratories and multiple small bench laboratories, which are used for the production of radionuclides and radiopharmaceuticals, an image analysis lab and a cyclotron.
These laboratories are well-equipped with current technologies.