We are committed to sharing our facilities and associated expertise with external academic and industrial collaborators. To discuss your requirements, please contact the staff listed on the pages below.

Facility title Overview
Clinical Imaging Facilities Our clinical imaging facilities include a clinical MRI centre (Philips 1.5T and 3T) for cardiovascular imaging research, an Advanced Imaging Centre (Siemens Prisma 3T) that supports developmental MRI and access to NHS based imaging equipment including CT, echocardiography and PET/CT.
Experimental and Preclinical Imaging Centre (ePIC) This state-of-the-art preclinical imaging centre provides the latest generation of multi-modality imaging platforms, including a 7 Tesla MR system, a PET/SPECT/CT scanner, ┬ÁCT and optical imaging all from the same vendor - Bruker, Germany alongside high frequency ultrasound from FujiFilm Visualsonics.
Genomics Facility The Genomics Facility provides efficient and flexible library preparation and sequencing services to both local researchers and external customers. The department deploys cutting-edge workflows and works in partnership with both the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and wider North East and Yorkshire Genomic Laboratory Hub.
Immunogenomics Facility The Leeds Immunogenomics Facility (IGF) is a research facility in the Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine (LICAMM). Our services are available to researchers from the University of Leeds, as well as external users from academia and industry. We use Olink® proteomics technology for targeted protein biomarker research, providing new insights into disease, improving disease detection and helping to understand disease biology.
University of Leeds Faculty of Medicine and Health Flow Cytometry and Imaging Facility Our core facility aims to resource and deliver advanced light based cytometric equipment and cell purification technologies along with expert research support and training in these fields to expand the understanding of dynamic cellular functions both in vito and in vivo in a clinical setting.