The Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN), established in 2017, is a multi-disciplinary neuroimaging research facility. WIN aims to bridge the gap between laboratory neuroscience and human health, by performing multi-scale studies spanning from animal models through to human populations.
WIN has core locations at the John Radcliffe Hospital (FMRIB), Warneford Hospital (OHBA) and University Science area (BSB).
Prof Heidi Johansen-Berg is the Director of the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging
SARS-CoV-2 is associated with changes in brain structure in UK Biobank.
Douaud G. et al, (2022), Nature, 604
Replay bursts in humans coincide with activation of the default mode and parietal alpha networks.
Higgins C. et al, (2021), Neuron, 109
Quantifying myelin in crossing fibers using diffusion-prepared phase imaging: Theory and simulations.
Cottaar M. et al, (2021), Magn Reson Med, 86
Accurate brain age prediction with lightweight deep neural networks
Peng H. et al, (2020), Med Image Anal, 68
Association of cerebral small vessel disease burden with brain structure and cognitive and vascular risk trajectories in mid-to-late life
Jasen G. et al, (2021), JCBFM, 42
Transient beta activity and cortico-muscular connectivity during sustained motor behaviour.
Echeverria-Altuna I. et al, (2022), Prog Neurobiol, 214
Activation and disruption of a neural mechanism for novel choice in monkeys.
Bongioanni A. et al, (2021), Nature, 591