PRIME is an imaging research facility dedicated to developing new technology and applications to benefit the health of mothers and babies. Pregnant women and newborns are two of the most vulnerable populations and improving their health and saving their lives is a priority in Canada and world-wide. Ultrasound scans among other imaging modalities are an important, non-invasive tool used to find possible health problems before and after birth.

Click the navigation pane on the left side of this page to read about current and past research done in PRIME, publications, as well as a list of researchers who have used the facility.

Interested in using PRIME for your research?