Neuroinformatics and Brain Connectivity Lab

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Description: The Neuroinformatics and Brain Connectivity (NBC) Laboratory focuses on characterizing activity within and between brain regions among healthy individuals and those diagnosed with neuropsychiatric disorders. Research in the Lab is centered around magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with emphasis on neuroimaging data analysis tools, the impact of drug abuse on human brain function, and the brain mechanisms associated with student learning during STEM training.

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