As part of the University at Buffalo, we are dedicated to high quality academic research, with a focus on translational use of quantitative neuroimaging metrics in neurological diseases and disorders like MS, Alzheimer’s, and stroke.
We provide cutting-edge quantitative outcome analytics for clinical researchers and sponsors. We combine standards-based approaches with research expertise to deliver accurate, precise measures in compliance with regulatory oversight.
One of our key missions at BNAC is to disseminate knowledge and to train future generations of neuroimagers. We have published over 400 scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals, trains masters and PhD students, and hosts fellowships for visiting doctors and research scholars.
Precise, advanced neuroimaging metrics to measure treatment effects while maximizing statistical power.
Full coordination with participating imaging centers from study initiation, individual site on-boarding, image acquisition, and analysis.
Absolute adherence to the highest standards and regulatory requirements, including FDA/EMA, GCP, and ISO.
Cumulative gadodiamine administration leads to brain gadolinium deposition in early MS.
-Monday, July 8th, 2019
The University at Buffalo is extremely proud of BNAC. Throughout it’s 20-year history, BNAC’s team of multidisciplinary investigators have consistently maintained funded research programs that have used innovative neuroimaging techniques to make seminal discoveries impacting the care of patients with neurological diseases. BNAC has and is making a difference
Michael E. Cain, MD, Vice President for Health Sciences and, Dean, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
BNAC’s world class research is an enormous asset for the region by attracting major funding to University at Buffalo and advancing the field of neuroimaging. The partnership between BNAC, the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the Center for Biomedical Imaging has completely transformed translational imaging for our researchers.
Timothy F. Murphy MD, SUNY Distinguished Professor, Director, UB Clinical and Translational Science Institute
At Bristol-Myers Squibb we have been fortunate to engage with BNAC in scientific collaborations and clinical trials. Over the last 20 years, Prof. Zivadinov and his team have consistently demonstrated their passion for innovation demonstrated by their multiple publications, oral presentations and expert forums they participate in. Being at the fore front of science in neuro-imaging, BNAC scientist have developed technologies that compete amongst the best in the field and produce reliable, on-time, analysis that helps us in industry deliver innovative clinical trials for patients. As one of the best imaging centers in the world, BNAC has truly made a positive impact in neuro-imaging, we look forward to continuing drive medical discoveries with them.
Diego G. Silva, MS, VP Global Medical Head – Neurology
One of the impressive characteristics of Dr. Zivadinov and his team at BNAC is the attentive ear given to people with MS – intently listening and incorporating concerns into their research pursuits. BNAC’s patient-centric focus fosters hope in those battling MS, providing assurance that their opinions matter, and that their needs are relevant in shaping today’s research. Perhaps it stems from a long history of leading MS outcomes in Buffalo, with pioneering efforts by Dr. Larry Jacobs who championed an intent focus on his patients to groundbreaking treatment that became a global standard. BNAC maintains a strong patient focus, un-wavered by contrary opinions or less popular fields of study. Their latest research initiative, CASA-MS, showcases this high regard for the patient. Collaboratively aligned with some of the best clinicians in today’s field, BNAC pursues translational research and patient guided outcomes that make a real difference for individuals with multiple sclerosis.
Larry A. Montani, BNAC Advisory Council Chair
It is an incredible opportunity to contribute to research projects in a multi-disciplinary neuroimaging lab with such an impressive scientific track record and to start my neuroscientific career with meaningful publications in translational research at BNAC.
Franziska E. Hildesheim, MRI Research Fellow