New slim OPTOACTIVE II™ headphones
CUBIC recently acquired slim OPTOACTIVE II™ headphones with active noise cancellation and a FOMRI III™ adaptive noise cancelling microphone from OptoAcoustics.
Congratulations to our CUBIC Radiographers
CUBIC radiographers were awarded two first prize oral presentations in the SMRT abstract submissions this year - in both the clinical and research categories! Petty Samuels and Ingrid Op't Hof will both present their work at the 27th annual meeting...
CUBIC to employ a Senior MR Radiographer to conduct Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of research subjects, public and private patients on the 3T Siemens Skyra MRI located at Groote Schuur Hospital and to perform MR-related administration.
Congratulations to Mr Adam Van Niekerk
PhD student Adam van Niekerk has been elected as a trainee representative for the 'Detection...
DTI and BOLD image
Coronal image showing the white matter tracts in a healthy subject. The different colours of the tracts indicates the different directions of the tracts.


Cape Universities Body Imaging Centre (CUBIC) 

CUBIC is a leading imaging research facility focusing on problems specific to South Africa and the African continent. To this end, we strive towards research excellence and innovation, contribute to the development of scarce skills and human capacity, knowledge production and dissemination through publication in peer-reviewed journals as well as extensive national and international collaboration.

CUBIC is a joint initiative between the Universities of Stellenbosch and Cape Town, the Medical Research Council and Siemens. It is based  at UCT’s Medical Campus at the Groote Schuur Hospital, housing a 3T Siemens Skyra full body scanner.

We gratefully acknowledge funding from the Technology Innovation Agency, the National Research Foundation, and the Cancer Research Trust for the purchase of the Siemens Skyra MRI scanner. We thank Siemens South Africa for the extended warranty.