Frequent User Rewards Program

CMGI Frequent User Reward Program   

 

The CMGI offers a Frequent User Reward Program that awards a monthly credit of 15% – 17.5% to PIs who are frequent users of CMGI services.

Once a PI has spent $5,000 on imaging and/or radiopharmaceuticals, a 15% credit will be applied to combined imaging and radiopharmaceutical charges each month.  For this program, ‘imaging’ includes assisted or unassisted use of any imaging instrument (PET, CT, MRI, SPECT, Maestro, Spectrum, MicroXCT Specimen Scanner, phosphor Imager, and optical cryomicrotome); labor charges for assisted scanning are not included. ‘Radiopharmaceuticals’ include 18F and 64Cu produced on the cyclotron in CMGI; and 18F- and 11C-labeled tracers.

Members of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center working on projects that are cancer-related and who agree to the requirements listed below, and members of the California National Primate Research Center using imaging in non-human primate models, will receive a 17.5% credit once the $5,000 threshold is reached. 

Imaging and radiopharmaceutical charges that are paid by a CMGI-funded pilot study are not eligible for the Frequent User Reward Program. This program is run on a calendar-year basis.  Each January begins a new cycle of accumulating imaging and radiopharmaceutical recharges toward the $5,000 threshold.   

This revised Reward program will be reviewed periodically.  CMGI reserves the right to alter the terms and conditions if warranted by changes in our financial situation. 

Cancer Center Member Requirements – To be eligible for the 17.5% credit, Cancer Center members must agree to the following requirements:  

  1. Provide a short written report of their work and explain its significance to cancer research upon request (generally at the time of Cancer Center reviews and grant renewals).
  2. Provide slides and other data for progress reports.
  3. Attend and present at Cancer Center meetings.
  4. Acknowledge the Cancer Center base grant and the Animal Imaging Shared Resource in any publications deriving from this work. 

California National Primate Research Center Requirements – To be eligible for the 17.5% credit, CNPRC members must agree to the following requirements:  

  1. Provide a short written report of their work and explain its significance to the mission of the CNPRC upon request (generally at the time of base grant reviews and renewals).
  2. Provide slides and other data for progress reports.
  3. Acknowledge the Multimodal Imaging Core and the CNPRC base grant in any publications deriving from this work.

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