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Get your brain scanned
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 Contact us.
LREN annual reports
LRENs Leyla Loued-Khenissi and David Slater win the 1st and 3rd place in the scientific writing competition of the Human Brain Project Summit 2016 - good job!
LRENs PhD candidate David Slater wins the oral presentation prize at the CNR-DNC Research Day 2016. Congratulations!
LREN congratulates Gretel Sanabria-Diaz for her Jean Falk-Vairant award for best poster presentation at the Lemanic Neuroscience Annual Meeting, 2016 – chapeau!
LRENs MRI study participant Number 2000 scanned this week! Bravo to our technicians Estelle Dupuis, Remi Castella, LRENs fellows and all study participants.
New article accepted in NeuroImage for LRENs Elsa Juan and Marzia De Lucia on learning abilities during coma. Well done!
LRENs Bogdan Draganski coauthoring a study on sub thalamic nucleus connectivity published in Brain – well done!
There will be no Human Brain Seminars during the summer break. See you mid-September at the usual place & usual time - 4pm, Salle Andros, PMU
LREN participating in the EU-sponsored Institutional Partnership Project "Development of neuroimaging research and clinical skills in Lithuania" together with our colleagues from Fribourg (Dir: Pr JM Annoni).
The Human Brain Project
he Human Brain Project is a H2020 FET Flagship Project which strives to accelerate the fields of neuroscience, computing and brain-related medicine.
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