Researchers at the Center for Neurosciences and the National Institutes of Health Morris K. Udall Center of Excellence for Parkinson’s Disease Research, like all other laboratory divisions of The Feinstein Institute, enjoy access to a broad array of state-of-the-art research and diagnostic instruments. These instruments include a full complement of scanning tools for making non-invasive PET and MRI, and CT images of the brain and other internal parts of the body.

cyclotron capable of making a broad spectrum of radiotracing isotopes is housed literally steps away from the PET scanner, making the laboratory unusually flexible and self-reliant as research priorities shift. All these instruments are supported by computation and staff resources designed to maximize the scientific productivity of the research staff.