Brain Imaging for the 21st Century
Brain science is a frontier with extraordinary opportunities for both basic research and potential benefit to humanity. Today's new technologies, when coupled with the type of interdisciplinary approach that the CBIC has become known for, have already begun to make it possible to decipher complex functions such as human thought and its related physiologic brain activity. Through the directed use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology we are learning much about neurological order and disorders. Through a better understanding of how the brain works, we hope to better illuminate the secrets of human perception and cognition and as a result develop a previously unattainable level of understanding of complex human activity. It is the challenge to answer these fundamental questions that drives the brain imaging research at the Center.
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