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The Australian Centre for Quantitative Imaging

Unleashing the power of imaging analytics to support research, education and innovation

Quantitative Imaging

The Australian Centre for Quantitative Imaging (ACQI) brings the power of quantitative imaging to researchers and bridges the translational gap to clinical implementation of associated analytics methods.

A Creative Hub

The centre provides a creative hub for designing and experimenting with analytics methods, applying those methods to research questions, and mediating access to patient imaging data for innovation and commercialisation.

Collaboration

This highly collaborative centre brings together expertise spanning medical and technical disciplines. Through national and international linkage, Western Australia is placed at the leading edge of this rapidly developing field. ACQI facilitates training and workforce development in a rapidly expanding area of medicine.

Medical Application

ACQI is the conduit to provide Western Australian patients with access to novel technologies and techniques, which can benefit health outcomes with demonstrated cost-effectiveness.

To express your interest in partnering with ACQI, please contact the ACQI development team

We are seeking expressions of interest from:

  • Stakeholding partners
  • Funding and in-kind supporters
  • Researchers interested in using imaging analytics
  • Researchers interested in offering imaging analytics expertise
  • Partners who can offer governance support

News

ACQI achievements on display at May conferences

The efforts of the ACQI team are paying dividends with the team presenting work at conferences during May. ACQI Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr Mikaela Dell’Oro, will be attending the 2023 meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine (ANZSNM) in Adelaide and presenting “Automated assessment of lesion heterogeneity‚Ķ

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ACQI is a Product of Collaboration

Founded in Perth, Western Australia, stemming from collaboration between clinicians, researchers and policy makers at Western Australian health, research and university facilities.