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The Center for Advanced Human Brain Imaging Research is dedicated to achieving high quality human neuroscience research using state of the art neuroimaging techniques.

 

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Andrew Westbrook, Ph.D. to join CAHBIR faculty

We are pleased to announced that Andrew Westbrook, Ph.D. will join the CAHBIR faculty as an assistant professor in 2023. After an early career in Environmental Science & Engineering, Andrew completed a Ph.D. at Washington University in Saint Louis. Working with Todd Braver, Andrew’s graduate work focused on on the neural correlates of subjective value … Read More

Mini-grants for RU-NB faculty

We are pleased to announce a Training and Research Pilot grant program for researchers in RU-NB to allow training and pilot data collection for neuroimaging experiments.  Training and Research Pilot min-grants are for $30,000. See link below for details 2022 CAHBIR-BHI minigrants RU-NB faculty who are prepared to write a full R21 style grant, can … Read More

Level 1 Training Signups Open

UPDATE: Due to circumstances arising from extreme weather, the Level 1 training sessions scheduled for Friday, September 3 have been canceled. Extra spots have been added to next week’s calendar, and you can use the same link below to sign up for them.   We are ready to start providing the safety training that will … Read More

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