Neuroimaging is an extraordinarily important neuroscience discipline, and is unique in being able to provide direct non-invasive in vivo measurements of the human brain.  This is of crucial importance in research into the causes of brain and mind diseases.

Within the Florey, neuroimaging development and applied research is conducted in several divisions. Advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods development, especially related to diffusion and perfusion MRI, is conducted in the Imaging Division. Functional MRI (fMRI) and simultaneous fMRI and Electroencephalography (fMRI-EEG) methods development and application is conducted in the Epilepsy Division. Neuroimaging is also being applied in studies undertaken in the Stroke division.


Volunteering for an MRI imaging study

If you would like to volunteer for an MRI imaging study, please head to our Volunteers page