Welcome to York Neuroimaging Centre
Established early in 2005, we are a NeuroImaging research centre servicing the requirements of a number of departments of the University of York. Thanks to a number of grants and contributions, the centre has been able to invest extensively in technologies to help us to better understand the chemistry, physiology and psychology of human brain function.
The new MRI scanner has arrived and is currently being commissioned.
Multivariate Patterns in the Human Object-Processing Pathway Reveal a Shift from Retinotopic to Shape Curvature Representations in Lateral Occipital Areas, LO-1 and LO-2.
Vernon RJ, Gouws AD, Lawrence SJ, Wade AR, Morland AB.
Journal of Neuroscience. 2016 May 25;36(21):5763-74. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3603-15.2016.
Creating a hyperpolarised pseudo singlet state through polarisation transfer from parahydrogen under SABRE.
Alexandra M. Olaru, Soumya S. Roy, Lyrelle S. Lloyd, Steven Coombes, Gary G. R. Green and Simon B. Duckett.
accepted for publication in Chemical Communications
Using magnetic resonance imaging to assess visual deficits: a review.
Holly D. H. Brown, Rachel L. Woodall, Rebecca E. Kitching, Heidi A. Baseler and Antony B. Morland.
Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 2016; 36: 240–265
Category-selective patterns of neural response in the ventral visual pathway in the absence of categorical information.
David D. Coggan, Wanling Liu, Daniel H. Baker, Timothy J. Andrews.
accepted for publication in Cortex
Exploring the role of the posterior middle temporal gyrus in semantic cognition: Integration of anterior temporal lobe with goal-oriented cognition.
James Davey, Hannah E. Thompson, Glyn Hallam, Theodoros Karapanagiotidis, Charlotte Murphy, Irene De Caso, Katya Krieger-Redwood, Boris C. Bernhardt, Jonathan Smallwood, Elizabeth Jefferies.
accepted for publication in Neuroimage