The Brain Imaging Research Center (BIRC) opened in June 2015.
The center houses a 3T Siemens Prisma MRI scanner alongside equipment for collecting data with high-density EEG systems, eye tracking, and a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) system.
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- Virtual Talk: Jason Yeatman 12/10 @ 1:30 pm ETClick on the flyer to view more details.Posted on December 10, 2021
- Brianna Kinnie Receives 2021 BIRC Excellence AwardThe BIRC is pleased to announce the second annual BIRC Excellence Award, which highlights the achievements of a student, staff, faculty member, lab, or group who has made exceptional contributions towards advancing the goals of the BIRC as outlined in the Mission Statement: To facilitate scientific discovery and theoretical and methodological innovation To serve as […]Posted on December 10, 2021
- Virtual Talk: Marilu Gorno-Tempini 9/21 12pm ETClick on the flyer to view more details.Posted on September 8, 2021
BIRC connects 65 neuroimaging centers around the US
Seminars serve 130 universities & over 2,600 academics world-wide
Started April 2020.
600 subscribed to our list-serv from around the world.
“Ask A Brain Scientist” Series connects 300 kids around the US
Started late Oct/Nov 2020 with a franchise now in Israel.
20 partner organizations including UConn Psych Sci, InCHIP & Ballard Institute supporting our mission
9 Grants funded since FY19 $10.8M TC, $3.9M IDC
6 were from NIH/NSF, 1 from a foundation, & 2 from OVPR REP.
10 more NSF/NIH grants are pending