biac

Brain Imaging & Analysis Center

Duke University / Durham, NC

4/5/2017

Sources of disconnection in neurocognitive aging: cerebral white-matter integrity, resting-state functional connectivity, and white-matter hyperintensity volume by: David J. Madden, Emily L. Parks, Ca [more info]

3/6/2017

BIAC welcomes David Banks as a new Research Technician in Dr. Rajendra Morey's lab. Welcome, David!!!

2/1/2017

Follow us on Instagram and be sure to tag us in your pictures when you visit our center [more info]

2/1/2017

You can now tweet us or read what exciting things we have to share on Twitter. [more info]

2/1/2017

Welcome to our new Facebook page! Please like and share. [more info]

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Our Mission.

As a major imaging resource for Duke University, BIAC strives for excellence in its dual mission of research and service. BIAC faculty members are leaders in imaging methodology development, in analysis techniques, as well as in their application in cognitive and clinical neurosciences. In addition, BIAC offers imaging service to other imaging faculty members on campus and at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

Contact Us

Front Desk / 919.681.9337 / info@biac.duke.edu
Subjects Coordinator / 919.681.9344 / volunteer@biac.duke.edu
Fax / 919.681.7033
Courier: Brain Imaging and Analysis Center
40 Duke Medicine Circle, Room 414
Durham, NC 27710
U.S. Mail / Campus: Brain Imaging and Analysis Center
Box 3918
Durham, NC 27710