With a broad research infrastructure and advanced expertise, this program aims to make a change in the field of brain imaging and other medical disciplines.
This program connects research groups and enables technological developments in neuroscience to better understand neuronal and brain function apropos health.
Using both quantitative and qualitative approaches, this research program aims to clarify the causal relationships in biological and pathological processes.
This program explores the genetic, epigenetic and environmental causes of individual differences in brain function and dysfunction in relation to health.
This program uses observational studies, basic science and intervention studies to help reduce the number of patients with neurodegenerative disorders.
With the world’s top researchers and numerous disciplines, this program is hailed for its unique approach, superb research track record and innovative care.
This program focuses on acute stroke, with a strong track record in diagnosis, secondary prevention, unraveling its causes and realizing clinical trials.
Translational, cross-disorder studies can improve knowledge and treatment options for patients with psychiatric disorders. That’s where this program comes in.
Our MAPSS research program uses a translational and transdiagnostic approach to identify the relationship between psychiatric disorders and stress and sleep.