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Department of Psychology

Neuroimaging Centre

Durham University Neuroimaging Centre (DUNIC) has the primary role of encouraging and facilitating research using the University's Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) facility. The facility is shared equally between the University and South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust, and is situated at the James Cook University Hospital (JCUH) in Middlesbrough. The Centre organizes regular scientific meetings, facilitates and coordinates in-house and external training, and co-ordinates meetings of facility users for discussions on specific topics.

The Centre was formally opened on 23rd November, 2012 by Ms Lily Van den Broecke (Paralympic gold medal winner) and Professor Colin Blakemore, FRS (School of Advanced Study, University of London).

The Neuroimaging Centre is located in the

Neurosciences Outpatient Department

The James Cook University Hospital

Marton Road

Middlesbrough, TS4 3BW

For any questions or information about DUNIC please contact Dr Paige Scalf (

DUNIC Executive Committee:

Dr Amanda Ellison

Professor Richard Crisp