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All volunteers older than 18 years are invited to take part in our research projects.
We use non-invasive brain imaging and behavioural testing to learn more about brain function and structure.
More info under Volunteer for research.
LRENs Elsa Juan wins the first prize at "Ma thèse en 180 secondes" ! Video available on YouTube. BRAVA !
LRENs Marzia De Lucia's letter on replicability and impact of statistics in the detection of neural responses of consciousness accepted for publication in Brain – Félicitations !
LRENs Marzia De Lucia's article on prediction of awakening from hypothermic post-anoxic coma based on auditory discrimination accepted for publication in Annals of Neurology – chapeau!
LRENs study authored by Sara Lorio et al. on how to improve the automated delineation of basal ganglia accepted for publication in NeuroImage – congratulations!
LRENs Bogdan Draganski coauthoring a manuscript on DBS in treatment refractory depression in Journal of Affective Disorders. Bravo!
LRENs paper by Sara Lorio et al on the origin of spurious morphologic changes when using T1-weighted MRI data accepted in the journal Human Brain Mapping – well done!
LRENs Sandra Martin-Brevet and Bogdan Draganski coauthoring a study on the effects of the 16p11.2 Duplication on Cognition, Behavior, and Medical Comorbidities published in JAMA Psychiatry - good job!
Friday 08.04 - Uli Kraemer will present his work on “Emotional processing: A central mechanism of change in psychotherapy”. - 4pm, Salle Andros, PMU
LRENs neuroimaging platform fully operational for imaging neuroscience projects in the Lemanic area - details on access to the MRI facility under Neuroimaging Platform
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