Neuroscience Methods & Theory

Our research interests extend from the development of models concerned with the generation of magnetic signals from a quantum mechanics approach through to the construction of novel imaging techniques for examining the dynamics of brain processes non-invasively in patients. The group has a changing membership as the interests of the people involved evolve and develop. Much of the work of the people who contribute to the research is problem specific and often is determined by a particular need of individuals from a wide range of research groups both from within and beyond the University. Some examples of recent projects include:

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Res‌earch interests include:
  • Representations of the temporal envelope of sounds in human auditory cortex (Millman, Hymers, Green)
  • The theory and practice of hyperpolarization in magnetic resonance (GreenBaseler)
  • Using MVPA to understand spatial cognition (Andrews, Hartley)
  • Advancing analysis techniques for magnetoencephalography (Hymers, Green)