The Computational, Cognitive & Clinical Neuroimaging Laboratory
C3NL brings together in close collaboration computational scientists (mathematicians, physicists, engineers, computer scientists), psychologists and clinicians in order to deliver translational clinical neuroimaging research.
To use neuroimaging to investigate the neural basis of common neurological and psychiatric conditions, and to assist in the development of novel treatments for these conditions.
To develop novel methodological approaches to the study of brain function, including the study of brain networks with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and the development of molecular imaging with positron emission tomography (PET).
To integrate computational advances in neuroimaging research into the study of clinical populations.