The Florey is a world-leader in neuroimaging development and applied research. Both the Imaging and Epilepsy divisions specialise in advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods development, especially related to diffusion MRI, perfusion MRI, and methods to study brain functional and structural connectivity. Functional MRI (fMRI) and simultaneous fMRI and electroencephalography (fMRI-EEG) methods development and application are also a major priority. Neuroimaging is also a crucial component of several studies undertaken in the Stroke division.
A glimpse at our projects
- Perfusion MRI: novel methods to image cerebral blood flow and brain function.
- Super-resolution MRI methods for the Human Brain Connectome.
- Mapping myeloarchitecture using diffusion MRI.
- MRI brain parcellation based on data-driven methods.
- Mapping cerebral haematocrit using MRI.
- Novel MRI methods to study dynamic brain connectivity.