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Recent News

Congratulations to David Madden, Ph.D., and his lab for their most recent publication! This study used graph theory to characterize structural and functional brain connectivity, the change in functional connectivity between rest and task states, and the relation of brain connectivity to age-related differences in attention (visual search).
Congratulations to Tina Zhao, a BIAC Clinic Research Intern and core member of the Madden Lab, who has been accepted for graduate study in the PhD program in the Department of Psychology of the University of Washington, Seattle, for the fall 2024 semester. Tina will be in the Cognition and Perception area and received a Provost Fellowship Award to begin her studies.
Congratulations Dr. Madden for receiving the 2024 Career Mentoring Award in Basic and Translational Science from the Duke University School of Medicine! This award is to recognize faculty members in the School of Medicine for their excellence in research mentoring demonstrated through the accomplishments of their mentees, implemented programs, or their creativity in mentoring. This award was presented at the Medical School Spring Faculty Celebration held in in Duke Gardens.
Congrats to Olivia Dickinson from the MR Engineering Lab for receiving a Carey E. Floyd, Jr., Graduate Fellowship from the Duke Medical Physics Graduate Program!
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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.