Welcome to the Brain Imaging Research Division of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Our primary research focus is the application of magnetic resonance imaging techniques to pressing issues in biological psychiatry. Magnetic resonance technology is applied to morphological neuroimaging (MRI), functional imaging (fMRI), in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), and in vitro high field MRS. By virtue of the range of neuroscience interests in the department of Psychiatry and the school of medicine, spanning from molecular to clinical neuroscience, the BRAIN is focused on clinical and translational neuroscience as it relates to MR technology. BRAIN offers Numerous educational and research opportunities in the application of MR to neuroscience.
Calendar of Events
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- TNP Seminar: rain Oxidative Stress and its Functional Consequences Measured In Vivo by MRI
- March 28 2017 at 12:00 PMMazurek Medical Education CommonsBruce Berkowitz, PhD Professor Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology Department of Ophthalmology Wayne State University
- 2017 Translational Neuroscience Program Symposium and Research Day
- May 12 2017 at 8:30 AMMargherio Family Conference Center & Scott Hall2nd Annual Translational Neuroscience Program (TNP) Symposium and Research Day. This event provides an opportunity for the TNP community at large to present a sample of the excellent pre-clinical and clinical research currently being conducted across campus at WSU. We are especially pleased to showcase research by trainees including our own TNP students.
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