Funding for the FFC-MRI project has come from a number of sources, including the following:
- 2004-06 Leverhulme Trust grant (PI D.J. Lurie), "Field-Cycled Magnetic Resonance Imaging", £82k.
- 2007-11 RCUK/EPSRC Basic Technology grant (PI D.J. Lurie), "Fast Field-Cycling Magnetic Resonance Imaging", £2.42m.
- 2011-13 Arthritis Research UK grant (PI G.P. Ashcroft), "Assessment of Fast Field-Cycling MRI for the Imaging of Articular Cartilage and Osteoarthritis", £191k.
- 2012-13 EPSRC Follow-on Fund grant (PI D.J. Lurie), "Field-Cycling Add-on for Clinical MRI Scanners", £200k.
- 2013-16 EPSRC grant (PI D.J. Lurie), "Zero-Field MRI to Enhance Diagnosis of Neurodegeneration", £979k.
- 2016-19 EU Horizon 2020 grant (PI D.J. Lurie), "Improving Diagnosis by Fast Field-Cycling MRI ("IDentIFY")", €6.6m. Project was led by Aberdeen and included 9 partners in 6 countries. The IDentIFY project web site is here.
- 2019-20 EU H-2020 ATTRACT 3rd-party grant (PI S. Geninatti-Crich, Turin University), "Monitoring Tissue Implants by Field-Cycling MRI of Quadrupolar-Peak Contrast Agents (QP-MRI)", €100k.
- 2020-23 British Heart Foundation (PI D. Dawson), "The Next Leap in Cardiac MRI: Cycling the Field", £277k.
- 2020-22 Chief Scientist Office (Scottish Government) (PI M.-J. MacLeod), "Proving the Utility of Fast Field Cycling MRI in stroke and small vessel disease (PUFFINS)", £299k.
- 2021 Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust (PI D.J. Lurie), Medically-related donation: "Power supply unit for new FFC-MRI scanner", £270k.
Our current and recent funders include:
Our industrial collaborators include: