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Introduction to fmri

Introduction to fMRI

Hannah Devlin describes how fMRI works and how it is used to discover how the brain works. With additional contributions by Stuart Clare and Irene Tracey.

How is fmri used

How is fMRI Used?

Hannah Devlin explains how fMRI is used and answers some common criticisms of fMRI. With additional contributions by Stuart Clare and Heidi Johansen-Berg.

Live fmri experiment

Live fMRI Experiment

On 16 March 2018, as part of our Brain Awareness Week activities, we broadcast an fMRI experiment, live, from our 7 Tesla MRI scanner.

A spin around the brain

A Spin Around the Brain

A short animation about fMRI, voiced by Ruby Wax, produced by Oxford Sparks and FMRIB researchers.

Why are physicists working in neuroscience

Why are physicists working in neuroscience?

There are over 30 physicists working our centre. Four of them describe why neuroscience needs physicists.

Mri and big data

MRI and Big Data

Centre Scientists are heavily involved in the UK Biobank Project, that is scanning 100,000 people to help improve early detection of neurological conditions.

Mri explained

MRI Explained

Daniel Bulte explains the theory underlying MRI