For opportunities to do research at HBIC or collaborate with HBIC researcher, please visit our detailed research page at Opportunities For Researchers
The HBIC also offers an excellent environment for education. Students at all levels, both in the clinical and basic sciences, are encouraged to enhance their educational experience by working with state-of-the-art equipment as well as with an outstanding Faculty in such diverse neuroimaging fields as MR spectroscopy, functional MRI (fMRI), diffusion tractography, and MEG. These opportunities will be further enhanced by the opportunity to design and carry out experiments in animal models using the 9.4T animal system.
HBIC Teaching and mentorship program
Hoglund faculty are involved in mentoring graduate students, post doctoral fellows and junior faculty in NIH-sponsored training programs. To learn more about these programs, please contact Dr. William Brooks, the HBIC Director.
Community Outreach and High School Tours
Since the HBIC has been operational, the faculty and staff have conducted a considerable number of tours for visiting dignitaries including Federal and State senators and representatives, university leaders, and community groups. To schedule a tour or learn more about this program, please contact Justine Karungi, the HBIC Assistant Director
Hoglund Brain Imaging Center (HBIC) and Trauma Services jointly sponsor a Traumatic Brain Injury support group that meets from 4:30-5:30 PM the second Tuesday of every other month in the Wyandotte Room located inside the main cafeteria in the KU Medical Center Hospital. This community service project allows any traumatic brain injury patient from the community to attend and helps to provide continuity of care for KU patients after they leave the hospital. Support, information, and education are provided for patients and their significant others. Meetings are led by Dolly Wood, from the KUMC Occupational Therapy department (913-588-6945).
Volunteering for Research
To learn more about current ongoing studies, please see the list of current studies.
To learn about how volunteers like you can help us advance medicine and improve the lives and health of millions, please visit our Pioneers website at https://pioneersresearch.org/
For more information on benefits for volunteering for research, please visit:
Informational Brochure about Volunteering for Research (PDF)
Contact Justine Karungi for information on current volunteer opportunities at the Hoglund Brain Imaging Center
To learn more about current openings at the University of Kansas Medical Center, please visit the KUMC Employment Opportunities web site.