NEUROSCIENCE IMAGING GROUP

The Groupe d‟Imagerie Neurofonctionnelle (GIN, UMR CEA-CNRS-UB2) has pioneered brain activation studies inFranceand has contributed to the emergence of cognitive neuroimaging as a research domain at the International level. Over the past twenty years the GIN, using PET first and then FMRI, has made original contributions in the areas of language, mental imagery, visuospatial attention, arithmetic and logic activities, and the conscious resting state. More recently, the GIN has also introduced the use of large MRI databases in neuroepidemiological research on aging. The GIN has been fully in charge of setting-up and operating the 3T-MRI platform of Cyceron inCaen, and some of its methodologies have been adopted by the international community (its AAL software has so far received over 1,100 citations). GIN research and technical staff participated actively in the…


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