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.
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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.
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Statistical Parametric Mapping
Our leading software for analysing neuroimaging data was developed at FIL.
Brain Meeting *TODAY* at 3.15pm!— WCHN_UCL (@WCHN_UCL) May 29, 2020
Join us for this weeks Brain Meeting, where Prof Matthew Rushworth (@OxfordWIN) will discuss "Recording & manipulating activity in frontal cortical circuits for learning & decision making".
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Congratulations to Professor Gareth Barnes and the rest of the MEG team who have been awarded funding by the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing to enable better planning for patients undergoing epilepsy surgery. More here: https://t.co/U1sIYxPvjd— WCHN_UCL (@WCHN_UCL) May 28, 2020