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TA 2: Neuroimaging

Neuroimaging research uses and often combines various non-invasive techniques, such as CT, MRI, PET, and optical imaging, to either directly or indirectly image the structure, physiologic and/or metabolic capacities or functions of the nervous system in a qualitative or quantitative matter. The use of multimodal imaging techniques used in combination may serve as useful biomarkers of health or disease for clinical and research purposes. It is a highly dynamic and evolving discipline at the interface between medicine, neuroscience and cognitive psychology bringing together basic scientists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychologists, psychiatrists, physicists, chemists, and clinicians in radiology and nuclear medicine.

Task area lead:

Jan Klein
Jan Klein
Steffen Oeltze-Jafra
Steffen Oeltze-Jafra