Laboratory of Brain Imaging is one of the core facilities in the Neurobiology Centre, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences. LOBI provides access to cutting edge research support and technologies for internal and external customers. The core technologies being developed and used at the center are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), spectroscopy (MRS), electroencephalograpy (EEG - including EEG-fMRI simultaneous recordings), Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and computational image analysis.
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L'Oreal Program for Women and Science

On October 18th, 2017, a ceremony was held to award six talented women-scientists scholarships in the L'Oreal Program for Women and Science. Among the two winners in the category of doctoral theses was Monika Riegel from the Laboratory of Brain Imaging, which prepares a doctoral thesis. Congratulations!!!

Metropolen in Osteuropa

LOBI got a new intern. Clara Kuper is a student from the Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience program at Freie Universitaet Berlin. She will spend one year in LOBI working in the project on neural changes during learning new language, supervised by dr hab. Artur Marchewka. For her stay with us, she’s funded by the grant “Metropolen in Osteuropa”.

LOBI ma nowych doktorantów!

Od października do drużyny LOBI dołączają Maria Kulesza i Jan Szczypiński. Maria realizuje projekt dotyczący neuronalnych mechanizmów wpływu treningu uważności na osoby z depresją (projekt realizowany we współpracy z Centralnym Instytutem Ochrony Pracy). Janek jest uczestnikiem projektu dotyczącego neuronalnego podłoża przestępstw seksualnych (projekt realizowany we współpracy z Kliniką Psychiatryczną Warszawskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego). Maria, Janek – witamy na pokładzie!

Laboratory of Brain Imaging at Stanford Center for Reproducible Neuroscience 2nd coding sprint

A project submitted by us is among thirteen projects accepted for the 2nd CRN Coding Sprint [http://reproducibility.stanford.edu/accepted-projects-for-the-2nd-crn-coding-sprint]. During the sprint, Michał Szczepanik will spend 5 days working on a plugin for OsiriX, an MRI image viewer. This year’s sprint focuses on applications related to BIDS [http://bids.neuroimaging.io], a standard of organizing multiple files created in neuroimaging experiments proposed by Stanford researchers in 2016. The standard aims to facilitate data sharing and creation of standardized applications for data analysis.

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Projekt DepMind

8 listopada 2017 13:00:00

Polish Sign Language

22 listopada 2017 12:00:00

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