We investigate how the human brain generates behaviour, thoughts and feelings and how to use this knowledge to help patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders.
What is human neuroimaging?
Human neuroimaging allows us to non-invasively investigate brain structure and function.
Read more about our methods
How does human neuroimaging make a difference?
Understanding how the human brain normally generates our behaviour, thoughts and feelings helps us to identify what goes wrong in neurological and psychiatric disorders and how these disorders might best be treated.
Read more about our clinical impact
Statistical Parametric Mapping
Our leading software for analysing neuroimaging data was developed at FIL.
#MemoryReplayed offers an immersive audio-visual experience of how neurons in the brain recall places visited and paths taken.— Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging (@WCHN_UCL) November 30, 2021
Opening 9th December at the Florence Trust in Highbury.
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The Brain Meeting this week will be given by Dr @andreashorn_ 🧠— Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging (@WCHN_UCL) November 29, 2021
This talk will review recent advances in human brain connectomics, used to guide deep brain stimulation surgery and programming.
Join us on Friday 3rd December at 3:15pm!https://t.co/57ExEYVWTQ pic.twitter.com/YRaDFVOhO3
We are delighted that #In2Research is one of 13 grants awarded by UKRI to support marginalised groups to access postgraduate study.— Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging (@WCHN_UCL) November 24, 2021
The project will expand across all research disciplines and multiple universities, thanks to an award of £790,000!https://t.co/P4YKA5m9qr