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Department of Psychology

About the Centre

Vision Statement

Durham University Neuroimaging Centre seeks to encourage new interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research programmes involving academic staff both within and between departments and Universities, and with clinical colleagues at James Cook University Hospital. The Centre is directly affiliated to two of the University's research institutes: the Biophysical Sciences Institute and the Wolfson Research Institute, and indirectly also to the Institute for Advanced Studies. These links are intended to play a key role in bringing together leading scientists engaged in research using neuroimaging.

The Centre runs a regular programme of meetings, organized by Dr Niklas Ihssen. These meetings range from research and methodological talks given by internal Durham speakers and visitors from other institutions in the UK and abroad, to seminars given by intending users of the fMRI facility at both staff and student levels.

DUNIC Executive Committee:

Dr Amanda Ellison

Professor Richard Crisp