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Our aim is to bridge the gap between laboratory neuroscience and human health. By enabling integrated investigations of brain structure and function that span scales of understanding, we will pave the way for precise mechanistic inferences that are directly relevant to clinical symptoms.

  • Analysis Research

    We research new methodologies for the analysis of functional and structural brain imaging data.

  • Physics Research

    We develop new magnetic resonance imaging methods for studying the brain.

  • Basic Neuroscience

    We study brain structure and function across scales and species.

  • Clinical Neuroscience

    We develop new approaches for detecting, predicting and monitoring disease and recovery.

Themes

Our five cross-cutting themes are: Cross-Species Neuroimaging, Cross-Scale Relationships, Population Data Mining, Clinical Markers and Open Neuroimaging.

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