The Lilian Sutton Building is accessible via the East entrance of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and houses the Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre.

The Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre is committed to undertaking high quality hypothesis driven research in imaging. A team of research scientists and clinical academics develop new techniques and evaluate developing technologies in order to better understand disease and to improve diagnostic imaging technologies.  The state-of-the art imaging infrastructure within the Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre includes preclinical and clinical MRI, preclinical and clinical PET CT, cyclotron and radiochemistry laboratories.

A strong scientific team based within the Lilian Sutton Centre is solely dedicated to the creation of new imaging technologies such as PEDRI, Fast-Field Cycling MRI, ultra low field MRI and hand-held PET.

For more information visit the Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre web pages.