About the Centre

 

 

Birmingham University Imaging Centre (BUIC) is an inter-disciplinary research centre dedicated to the study of the human brain, and is a collaboration between the Schools of Psychology, Medicine and Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences. Research at BUIC converges around the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), with a strong focus on combining MRI with other techniques such as electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial magnetic and direct current stimulation (TMS/TDCS).

 

Our diverse interests range from studying the basic science of sensory processing, to motor control, memory, eating behaviours, sleep and development across the lifespan. We also have strong links with the local Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Barberry National Centre for Mental Health, facilitating clinical research into neuropsychiatric and neurological disorders such as schizophrenia, psychosis, epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, dementia and sleep disorders.

Multimodal Human Brain Imaging Workshop

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Many thanks to all the speakers and participants at the Multimodal Human Brain Imaging Workshop which was hosted by BUIC on Monday 8th September 2014. The purpose of the Workshop was to foster collaboration between researchers interested in human brain imaging at the universities of Birmingham and Nottingham. The Workshop was funded by the Birmingham-Nottingham Strategic Collaboration Fund. Speakers' contact details are listed here. For advice or questions regarding collaborations please contact Dr Karen Mullinger (Karen.Mullinger@nottingham.ac.uk).