The Center for Molecular Imaging (CMI) at the North Campus Research Complex is a shared resource aimed at providing state-of-the-art imaging services for the research community. The NCRC CMI offers an in vivo IVIS Spectrum optical imaging system capable of bioluminescent and fluorescent imaging as well as dedicated analysis space, animal procedure space and animal housing. In the coming months the NCRC CMI will also be activating an existing 4.7 Tesla Varian MRI system that will be capable of medium-to-large animal imaging. The NCRC CMI will become a central, diverse and dynamic resource facility wherein exchange of techniques and ideas can occur, fostering productive interdisciplinary collaborations in research.