In this month’s mini-lecture, I discuss ways that the science of brain imaging can help us to better understand the human brain as well as ethical applications of this rapidly expanding technique in the future.



Additional Learning Resources


  • The Whole Brain Atlas: Brain imaging views of the normal and diseased human brain. Collaboration of MIT and Harvard University. [LINK]
  • The Journal Neuroimage provides a vehicle for communication of the most important and best papers, using imaging and mapping strategies to study the brain’s structure, function and the relationship between the two, from the whole brain to the tissue level.
  • Analysis of Dynamic Brain Imaging Data [PDF]
  • Careers in Neuroscience [LINK]


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