Prof. D.G. Norris (David)

Principal Investigator - Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging
Principal Investigator - Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Professor - Donders Centre for Neuroscience – Neurophysics
Professor - Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour

Prof. D.G. Norris (David)

My prime interest is in the use of magnetic resonance techniques for furthering cognitive neuroscience. The techniques that are of interest are: functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), particularly laminar fMRI. Much work is devoted to the improvement and extension of these techniques, for example by increasing accuracy, spatial and temporal resolution, sometimes in combination with other methods such as focused Ultrasound or EEG. These applications are always driven by a goal in cognitive or medical neuroimaging, for example high spatial resolution fMRI is used to probe activity in the different layers of the cortex, thus giving insight into the direction of information flow within the brain. I am also heavily involved with the Dutch national 14T initiative, which will bring the world's first 14T MRI system to Nijmegen

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