“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
Alzheimer’s is one of the most common diseases affecting older generations in America.In fact, a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease every 65 seconds. Larry King sits down with a panel of experts to explore the research being done and preventative measures to stop early onset.
Researchers at the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute are working on safer ways to scan the brains of stroke patients in assessing damage.
This fall, the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute (INI) received a $2 million competitive renewal from the Alzheimer’s Association to continue expanding its pioneering data-sharing platform, the Global Alzheimer’s Association Interactive Network (GAAIN).
Paul M. Thompson, PhD, has received a Zenith Fellows research grant from the Alzheimer’s Association, one of the most prestigious awards in Alzheimer’s and dementia research.