Tackling Mental Illness By Imaging Neural Pathways

Researchers are, for the first time, applying techniques developed by the Human Connectome Project to a disease population.

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Imaging and Computational Cores

The Center welcomes investigators from universities, government laboratories and industry, from around the world, who are interested in using the Center's biomedical imaging facilities to advance their own research.

The Center's state-of-the-art biomedical imaging facilities include a wide range of tools and capabilities for both pre-clinical and clinical research, including MRI, PET, Microscopy, Spectroscopy, Image Processing, Radiotracer Synthesis and others.

See the Core Resources page for further information.