Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides researchers with a non-invasive method for viewing the human brain in high resolution. This video shows a structural MRI produced at the Martinos Imaging Center at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research (http://mcgovern.mit.edu), a state-of-the-art brain imaging facility that serves the biomedical research community at MIT and throughout the Boston area.
Learn more about the Martinos Imaging Center at MIT - http://mcgovern.mit.edu/technology/martinos-imaging-center
For more information about the McGovern Institute, please visit our website: http://mcgovern.mit.edu
Want to see a picture of your own brain? Participate in one of our studies! - http://mcgovern.mit.edu/research/be-in-a-study
Video courtesy of Christina Triantafyllou, Associate Director of the Martinos Imaging Center at MIT
Tagged under: mcgovern institute,mri,brain scan
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