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.

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See also link to PåHøyden, University of Bergen News:


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:ærespris-til-kenneth-hugdahl



December 2013 marked the month when subject # 2000 was run in the GE 3T scanner in an fMRI study, which means that about 200 subjects have been run per year since the installation of the scanner in 2004.


Members of the Bergen fMRI Group, headed by Postdoc Kristiina Kompus, received earlier this month a 121 868 EUR grant from the Norwegian-Estonian Research Cooperation Programme for a two-year project on ”Language and Auditory Brain: Studies on Central Sound Representation in Auditory Cortex”. The photo shows Kristiina Kompus and René Westerhausen when preparing the EEG electrode cap on a potential subject.

Photo: På Høyden, UiB

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