“Staging update .....Understanding the brain in all its complexity is impossible for any group to accomplish in isolation.”
-Arthur Toga, Director
We’ve built a diverse team of neurobiologists, mathematicians, and computer scientists, and a worldwide network of collaborators sharing data. Our goal is to increase the pace of discovery in neuroscience by better understanding how the brain works when it’s healthy and what goes wrong in disease.
Our facility houses two advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanners for data acquisition: a Magnetom Prisma 3T and a Magnetom Terra 7T.Learn more
LONI’s onsite data center features state-of-the-art security technology and can store more than four petabytes of brain imaging data.Learn more
Researchers show structures, nerve connections and functions in vivid detail as part of the most detailed atlas yet of a person’s memory ban
Peer support group started by students for students lifts those who want a conversation with someone their own age.
In fiscal year 2017-2018, the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute (INI) at the Keck School of Medicine of USC received more than $30.5 million in active research funding.
A new preprint called “A systematic bias in DTI findings” could prove worrying for many neuroscientists. In the article, authors Farshid Sepehrband and colleagues of the University of Southern California argue that commonly-used measures of the brain’s white matter integrity may be flawed.