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Core for Translational Research in Imaging @ Maryland (CTRIM)

Overview of Services

The Core for Translational Research in Imaging @ Maryland (C-TRIM) was established with the goal to advance state-of-the-art technology for animal imaging at the molecular, cellular and systemic level, to serve as resource for medical research, biotechnology advances and pharmaceutical development, and for probing in vivo gene function, disease processes and therapeutic applications including drug delivery and trials. The goal of this core is to facilitate inter-institutional collaboration between academic institutions in Maryland and technology translation to the industry.


A major objective of C-TRIM is to provide services for in-vivo and ex-vivo cross-sectional and functional imaging using MRI, MR-g-FUS, PET, and CT. The center will provide consultation on advanced imaging techniques and will also provide all necessary image-processing support to investigators. Capabilities also exist within the center to build custom made coils for specific applications.


Pleas acknowledge our core in your publications when appropriate in the format that follows:  “University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Innovative Biomedical Resources, Translational Research in Imaging @ Maryland (CTRIM) – Baltimore, Maryland.


Rao Gullapalli, PhD

Location and Hours of Operation

Hours Location

Monday - Friday 

7:30 am - 5:30 pm 


Core for Translational Imaging

660 West Redwood Street

Howard Hall, Rm 644, 645 & 686

Baltimore, MD 21201

Howard Hall: (410) 706-6384




110 South Paca St. (Paca-Pratt Building)

MRI Suite 104

Baltimore, MD 21201

Pratt/Paca: (410) 328-6443

Links and Resources

University of Maryland School of Medicine - Core for Translational Imagining (C-TRIM)


Name Role Phone Email Location
Jiachen Zhuo
(410) 328-6443
110 S Pace St, MRI Suite 104
Su Xu
(410) 706-5419
685 W Baltimore St, HSF 1, Room 618B
Erma Owens
MRI/Clinical Manager
(410) 328-0235
110 S Pace St, MRI Suite 104
John Hebel
MRI Technologist
(410) 328-6443
110 S Pace St, MRI Suite 104
Xin Li
MRI Technologist
(410) 706-6384
660 W Redwood St, HH 645
Xin Lu
PET/CT, Xenogen Technologist
(410) 706-4499, 6-4498
660 W Redwood St, HH 644
Mark Smith
PET/CT, Consultant
(410) 328-1320
Gudelsky Building, G2J04

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