MRI

Funding for MRI in spinal cord injuries

October 1, 2017

MRI has greatly improved the visualization of changes in the central nervous system, but how do these changes relate to changes in the underlying tissue microstructure? A [...]

Geared for choice

May 3, 2015

Our brain is geared to make choices, but how does this work and which brain regions are involved? Research by Marcus Grueschow, Christian Ruff and colleagues has for the [...]

fMRI for clinical neuroimaging

February 20, 2015

In order to make fMRI fit for clinical application in psychiatric disorders, the groups of Klaas Stephan, Klaas Prüssmann and Dominik Bach are developing methods to increase [...]

Optimal anesthetics for fMRI

October 1, 2014

In order to study functional connectivity with fMRI in the mouse brain, the animals have to be anesthetized. But how do anesthetics influence functional connectivity and [...]

All for the children

July 1, 2014

Sick children need targeted research, as their bodies differ from those of adults. Therapy developed for adults can therefore be only partially translated to treatments for [...]