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Welcome to York Neuroimaging Centre

New MRI Scanner

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.

On September the 1st, 2016, Professor Tony Morland became the new Director of the Imaging centre. Professor Alex Wade takes over as co-Director.

We are pleased to announce a New National Centre for Medical Imaging as part of the government's funding of the Clinical Research Infrastructure Initiative

The new MRI scanner has arrived and is currently being commissioned.

Thursday Evening Seminar Announcements

Centre for Hyperpolarisation in Magnetic Resonance

Latest publications

Magnified neural envelope coding predicts deficits in speech perception in noise.
Millman, R. E., Mattys, S., Gouws, A. & Prendergast, G.
Accepted for publication in Journal of Neuroscience.

A Simple Route to Strong Carbon-13 NMR Signals Detectable for Several Minutes..
Roy, Soumya S. and Norcott, Philip and Rayner, Peter J. and Green, Gary G. R. and Duckett, Simon B.
accepted for publication in Chemistry - A European Journal

Achieving High Levels of NMR-Hyperpolarization in Aqueous Media With Minimal Catalyst Contamination Using SABRE..
Iali, Wissam and Olaru, Alexandra M. and Green, Gary G. R. and Duckett, Simon B.
accepted for publication in Chemistry - A European Journal

Harnessing polarisation transfer to indazole and imidazole through signal amplification by reversible exchange to improve their NMR detectability..
Fekete, Marianna and Rayner, Peter J. and Green, Gary G. R. and Duckett, Simon B.
accepted for publication in Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry

Delivering strong 1H nuclear hyperpolarization levels and long magnetic lifetimes through signal amplification by reversible exchange..
Peter J. Rayner, Michael J. Burns, Alexandra M. Olaru, Philip Norcott, Marianna Fekete, Gary G. R. Green, Louise A. R. Highton, Ryan E. Mewis, and Simon B. Duckett
PNAS 114(16) ppE3188-E3194

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