We research imaging optimisation, neurophysiological imaging and neurotransmitter function and clinical and cognitive imaging.
We use advanced imaging technologies to investigate structure and function in the human body, with a key focus on neuroscience. Our research encompasses the development of new acquisition and analysis methods and their optimal application in basic, cognitive and clinical neuroscience.
A key theme is multi-modal neuroimaging, recognising the substantial benefits from combining the insights that different methods offer. Most research staff in the Imaging Science group use two or more of our core technologies. These include MRI, MEG, EEG and TMS.
Centres and institutes
One of Europe’s top locations for brain imaging housing a powerful combination of advanced neuroimaging facilities.