Users of EMRIC
All research staff who are using the MRI suite or who plan to
in the future, should follow the procedures below:
1. Initial Contact
Initial enquiries should be made through the EMRIC email account firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following initial contact a meeting will be setup to discuss the proposed
nature of the work, resources, timing, safety, and costs in detail.
This is designed to obtain a full understanding of the users’
requirements, technical requirements, and methods for acheiving the
aims of the proposed study.
All research users should ensure that all aspects of their work using
the MRI facility meets the requirements set by the Home Office. Users
must ensure, whether applying for a new licence or amending an existing
one, that the technique of MRI scanning is included on their project
and personal licence.
A copy of up-to-date project and personal licences will be required
from each user of the facility before any work can be carried out
(including any preliminary or pilot scans).
Use of the facility will not be permitted if this information is unavailable
For any further information on procedures or legislation
regarding the use of MRI for research contact Peter Hunt on ex 74886
or go to the home office webpage www.homeoffice.gov.uk/science-research
3. Booking a session
For all new users - Sessions can be booked following the initial contact
and the required safety adn ethics have been approved. A timetable
of availability can be viewed online at http://my.calendars.net/mricalender
Users should then contact EMRIC at email@example.com
to confirm availability and discuss the users needs for any particular
For existing users – Availability can be checked online first,
before contacting EMRIC staff to confirm availability and discuss
the users needs for any particular session.
All users are encouraged to book early to ensure a
suitable session is available.
4 . Commercial Users
Commercial users are also encouraged to contact either EMRIC staff