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Guest lecture by Prof. Marcus Raichle

Prof. Marcus Raichle, Washington University, USA, will give a talk titled "Resting state, Default Mode, Network" on September 25, 2013, 14:30 - 15:30, in Egget, Studentsenteret, University of Bergen, Parkveien 1, Bergen.

Marcus Raichle is one of the founders of functional neuroimaging and his discoveries of the neurovascular coupling in fMRI, and more recently the resting state, default mode network are breakthrough milestones in the history of functional neuroimaging.

All are welcome!

Kenneth Hugdahl/ Bergen fMRI group


 
Meltzer Young Scientist Award 2013
Photo: Kenneth Hugdahl

fMRI Group member Kristiina Kompus was awarded the Meltzer Young Scientist Award at the University of Bergen Annual Meltzer Foundation Dinner on Friday March 8.


 
iDichotic receives international recognition
Bless et al

From left: Prof. Kenneth Hugdahl, Dr. Kristiina Kompus, Josef Bless,
Magne Gudmundsen, Dr. René Westerhausen.

Photo: Alex Craven


New iPhone app version of the Bergen dichotic listening paradigm (iDichotic) collects data from users around the world.
First results have been published in Frontiers in Psychology.

Some international media links:

Article: The Psychological Benefit Of Smartphones
Article: Your smartphone knows which side of the brain you're using
Podcast: Josef Bless und die Forschung per iPhone
Article: Gehirntest aus der Hosentasche
Article: iPhone aplikacija pomaže u istraživanjima mozga
Article: Nova aplikacija za testiranje moždane aktivnosti


 
Bergen fMRI group's publication statistics for 2012


To see the report please follow this link.


 
Bergen fMRI Group in the Centres of Excellence Centre for exellence

The Bergen fMRI Group is one of the core collaborators in one of the new Centres of Excellence being funded by the Research Council of Norway from January 2013. The Centre is co-ordinated by prof. Ole Andreassen at the University of Oslo, and profs. Kenneth Hugdahl, Vidar Steen and Stephanie LeHillard are the core researchers from the University of Bergen". The Centre has a focus on basic and clinical research related to severe mental disorders, primarily schizophrenia and bipolar disorders.


 
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