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
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
Researchers in a number of fields sometimes find it to be a large step between conceptualizing a study and performing the study itself, or writing the MRI sections of grant or IRB proposal. We are here to help. Free consultations are always available.
One July 1, 2021, Rutgers IP&O obtained a temporary certificate of occupancy for the CAHBIR labs, which marks the end of construction and grants permission for us to occupy the space. So, today, July 2nd, we are moving in and setting up our new offices and the equipment that will be used at the scanner. … Read More
Want to get a picture of your brain? We are now enrolling research participants. See our Volunteer for MRI studies page. https://sites.rutgers.edu/cahbir/volunteer-for-mri-studies/
We are pleased to announce a new pilot grant program for researchers wanting to conduct studies at CAHBIR. The grants are for up to $50,000. See link for details http://sites.rutgers.edu/cahbir/wp-content/uploads/sites/536/2021/02/BHI-CAHBIR-Pilot-Grant-RFP_2021-1.pdf
We are excited to announce that Jeff Luci, Ph.D has been appointed as the technical director of CAHBIR. Since 2012. Jeff has over two decades worth of experience with neuroimaging. For the last eight years, he served as the Technical Director of the Biomedical Imaging Research Center at the University of Texas-Austin. During his time … Read More
The Center for Advanced Human Imaging Research will open its doors for scanning in 2021 on the Rutgers Busch Campus. The center’s mission is to provide state of the art neuroimaging for clinical and cognitive neuroscience research. The space for the center is currently being renovated and will house brand new imaging facilities starting in … Read More