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Imaging Research Center at The University of Texas in Austin

The Imaging Research Center at the University of Texas, Austin is dedicated to serve as a center of excellence in imaging science and technology through intensive interactions with academe, industry, government, and other laboratories in the US and abroad.  

The research problems addressed at the IRC are for the public good and include cognitive brain functions as associated with training and performance, investigation of the underlying factors associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, understanding brain functions as they relate to addiction, and multiple other biological processes which are appropriate for study using MRI. Researchers are also developing new fMRI and MRI techniques and procedures. This research is conducted in a newly constructed lab specifically for this purpose using a high-field (3 Tesla) MRIt, an image analysis computer suite, test rooms, fully outfitted electronics & machine shops, offices, and a conference/classroom area.

Church-Lang, Jessica
Jessica A Church-Lang
Associate Professor
SEA 2.216
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Lewis-Peacock, Jarrod A
Jarrod A Lewis-Peacock
Associate Professor
Cognitive control, memory, functional neuroimaging, real-time neurofeedback
SEA 2.222
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Preston, Alison
Alison R Preston
Vice Provost for Faculty Development, Professor
Dr. A. Wilson Nolle and Sir Raghunath P. Mahendroo Professorship in Neuroscience

NHB 3.352
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