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The Award for Outstanding Research, Møbius Prize, has been awarded to Prof. Kenneth Hugdahl, University of Bergen, for his graundbreaking research on the brain.


For more information see: http://www.forskningsradet.no/no/Nyheter/Forskningsrdets_deler_ut_tre_priser_i_dag/1254001581512?WT.mc_id=nyhetsbrev-ForskningsradetNorsk

Congratulations from all members of the Bergen fMRI group!


 


Photo: På Høyden, UiB

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 awarded to May-Britt and Edvard I. Moser, NTNU, Trondheim. The Bergen fMRI group congratulates! 

See also link to PåHøyden, University of Bergen news: http://pahoyden.no/2014/10/veien-fram-til-en-norsk-nobelpris


 


Karsten Specht, Turid Helland og Kenneth Hugdahl publiserer artikkel om dysleksi i det anerkjende tidsskriftet Brain. Røtene til lese- og skrivevansker ligg djupare i hjernen enn lesesenteret, og det er difor muleg å oppdage det før lesealder. Foto: Ingvild Festervoll Melien

Researchers at the Bergen fMRI Group, the Bergen Logopedic Research Group (B.LOG) and the LONI Neuroimaging Center at the UCLA, USA showed in a BRAIN-article this month that children at risk for dyslexia differed from control children in cortical thickness in visual and auditory brain areas.

To read more: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=clark+hugdahl+specht.

See also link to PåHøyden, University of Bergen News: http://pahoyden.no/2014/08/finn-dysleksi-lesealder


 



Old GE 3T scanner on its way out, will be upgraded to 750 platform.


 

 

The Meltzer Foundation Honorary Award was awarded to Kenneth Hugdahl on Friday March 7, during the annual dinner hosted by the University of Bergen.

See link to: http://www.uib.no/aktuelt/63020/meltzers-ærespris-til-kenneth-hugdahl


 

 
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