Scanner Reservation

To book a scan, visit the online scan scheduler here(Internal)

After login to the system, a calendar of the current month appears with radiology technician (RT) availability in green. 

Time allocated should include patient preparation, running experiment, burning CD and preparing the room for the next lab. Press ‘Booking’ on the day of your choice and fill the required fields.

 

Booking Policy for a Human Session: 

Booking should be done at least 24 hours before the session. Min. session length is 2 hours.

Modifications of a session must be done at least 72 hours before the session. 

Cancellation can be done at least 72 hours before session, otherwise, user will be fully charged. However, you can still mark the session for adoption by another lab during the 72h hours before the session. If adopted by another lab, you’ll not be charged. 

 

Booking Policy for a Phantom Session: 

Booking can be done 24 hours before, with or without RT. If RT is not required, it’s your responsibility to verify the unit is open.!!

Cancellation can be done at least 72 hours before session, otherwise, user will be fully charged. However, you can still mark the session for adoption by another lab during the 72h hours before the session. If adopted by another lab, you’ll not be charged. 

A message will be sent by mail to all users, if reservation is delete/change between 72-96 hours

Downloading Your Data

Before Scan: In Syngo (the scanner's software), under Patient Registration - make sure the RT fills your PI name under 'Requesting Physician' .

After Scan : You can download your data in two ways:  

  • From the PACS server(Internal) by using your lab username and password. 
  • Through the scanner reservation system(Internal). Under the tab named DICOM (Beta) you will find an option to choose the day of the experiment and selected from a list of scans. Downloaded scans keep the informative naming.

Please remember that although we currently keep all data on our servers, this policy may change in the future (with notice). Also remember that it is the researcher's responsibility to keep the data in compliance with the relevant regulations.