The UCT Legacy Society invites you to our annual Summer School Guest Lecture
Join us for what promises to be an engaging talk by Prof Ntusi on 20 January 2018 at Kramer Lecture Theatre 1 - 17h00 Cocktail reception followed by talk at 18h00. For more information, please email Lwando Nteya at lu.nteya@uct.ac.za.
Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Workshop
This 3-day hands-on Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Workshop will take place from Friday 23rd - Sunday 25th March 2018. To register or for more information please email ce.administration@uct.ac.za
New Siemens Breast 18 coil
The Breast 18 provides excellent high resolution multi-parametric breast imaging. It gives an outstanding comfort for patients. Its 18 independent channels provide exceptional iPAT capabilities resulting in high-speed image acquisition. Its easy...
Congratulations Dr Martha Holmes
Dr Martha Holmes, with collaborators Dr Mamadou Kaba from UCT's division of Medical Microbiology and Dr André van der Kouwe from Massachusetts General Hospital, was recently awarded a 5 year R01 grant from the US National Institutes of Health to...
Congratulations to Dr Marcin Jankiewicz
Dr Marcin Jankiewicz, in collaboration with Dr Peter Torre from San Diego State University and Dr Barbara Laughton from Stellenbosch University, was recently awarded a new 5-year NIH R01 grant to examine effects of HIV on the central auditory...


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.