Brain image, sagittal DTI

Recent News

BIAC co-authors Alex Badea (lead) and Jacques Stout have a book chapter "Imaging Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease Using Magnetic Resonance Microscopy" published in a new edited volume Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: Instrumentation and Applications in Engineering, Life Science, and Energy Research from Wiley.

Congratulations to Todd Harshbarger for his promotion to Assistant Professor!

BIAC researchers have developed a wireless integrated parallel reception, excitation, and shimming (iPRES-W) coil array for simultaneous imaging and wireless localized B₀ shimming, and demonstrated its ability to correct for distortions in DTI of the spinal cord in vivo.

BIAC welcomes Jenna Merenstein as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Madden Lab! Jenna completed her Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of California, Riverside (UCR).

Brain images

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.