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Imaging Core Facilities
Basic Biomedical Sciences 
Lee Medical Building 
414 E. Clark St. 
Vermillion, SD 57069
Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The MRI is located at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, South Dakota. The EEG system is located in the Lee Medical building at USD. These systems are available on a fee-for-service basis to research groups around the university and may be available to external users on a case-by-case basis. In addition, we maintain research participant testing and waiting rooms, as well as participant parking at the Lee Medical building in Vermillion.

Our Facility  

The USD Human Functional Imaging Core is an interdisciplinary unit organized by the Center for Brain and Behavior Research (CBBRe). We are dedicated to supporting behavioral and brain research on the structures and functions that underlie cognitive, motor and affective processes. We maintain an environment that will enhance the excellence of research at USD by providing a well-equipped physical facility and appropriate staff support services for investigators conducting human subjects research.

The microscopes in the Imaging Core may be used independently by researchers. For imaging inquiries, contact 

Access to the microscopes are on a first-come, first-served basis and must be reserved through the Booked electronic scheduling platform.

All USD and USD-affiliated researchers may use the facility at no charge. External rates may apply for outside entities. Data and image storage is the responsibility of the researcher.

Our Partners

  • University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
  • Avera Sacred Heart Hospital

Equipment and Facility Use

A variety of microscopes are available for use.

Departments & Facilities

Explore the departments, facilities and centers that contribute to your education in basic biomedical sciences.
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Parry Center

The Parry Center for Clinical Skills & Simulation is a state-of-the-art learning environment that allows collaboration among students and safely simulates real-patient experiences.

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