As part of Brain Awareness Week, which aims to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research, CUBRIC held its very own Brain Games at The National Museum Cardiff on Sunday 17th March 2013.
Professor Derek Jones, Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, is interviewed about his research into the brain’s white matter. (Wellcome News, p26-29)
fMRI was put to the test as the ‘Ultimate Lie Detector’, live, at the Cheltenham Science Festival. Professor Derek Jones, MRI Director of CUBRIC in the School of Psychology, was part of a 4-strong team.
Fascinating images of the internal wiring of the human brain formed part of an international exhibition bridging art and information technology. Click here to see Cardiff University news.
We have a new booklet about brain imaging studies called Wales Autism Research Centre and Brain Imaging. The booklet introduces some of our team who work with brain imaging and describes what it might be like to have a brain scan. You can read this booklet by clicking here.
Molly receives the Summa Cum Laude award (given to abstracts scoring in the top 3% of all abstracts submitted) for her abstract "Anticorrelated fMRI signal changes of hemodynamic origin in large cerebral vessels."
Dr Molly Bright (CUBRIC) joins the University's Chamber Choir. The Choir will be heard live on BBC Radio 4's Sunday Worship programme.
Applications are invited for inter-school PhD studentships under Cardiff University’s prestigious President’s Research Scholarship Scheme: CRANIUM – Cardiff Research into Advanced Neuroimaging Methods. This year we wish to recruit students to begin in or before October 2012. For further information click here.
We are now accepting applications for our new MSc course in Neuroimaging Methods and Applications. Applications are welcomed for entry in October 2012 and any subsequent year. Click here for further information.
A new exhibition showcasing the University’s world-leading brain imaging research will be on display as part of a Cardiff festival. The images show white matter tracts – nerves and fibres that form the ‘wiring’ of the human brain. Produced by Prof Derek Jones and Dr Silvia De Santis of CUBRIC. See our gallery of images.