THE SPINOZA CENTRE FOR NEUROIMAGING IS THE AMSTERDAM IMAGING CORE FOR 3T AND 7T MRI
The characteristic oscillations of the sleeping brain, spindles and slow waves, show trait-like, within-subject stability and a remarkable interindividual variability that correlates with functionally relevant measures such as memory performance and intelligence.
MRI has quickly established its diagnostic value for the field of neurology. The brain is relatively inaccessible with conventional methods, but MRI has enabled neurologists to correlate symptoms with changes in brain properties.
We investigate the ways in which we reach decisions, what happens when we are sleeping, or how the brain changes with aging. We are looking for people who are willing to undergo MRI sessions to help us in our research.
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