Best fMRI Services!
Best fMRI Services!
NIAG offers the best fMRI services in Iran. Your images are analyzed under the hands of our prime scientists and doctors.
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Interested researchers are always welcome for building a fruitful relation with our group on different related subjects.
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Antidepressant treatment leads to impaired empathy regarding perception of pain
Depression is a disorder that often comes along with strong impairments of social functioning. Until recently, researchers assumed that acute…Read More
The highest resolution MRI scan of the whole human brain
A multidisciplinary team at Massachusetts General Hospital, including Martinos Center investigators, released to the public today an MRI scan of…Read More
We are sorry to announce that due to connection problems, this week's journal club will be postponed till next notice!Read More
Weekly Journal Club: How does the brain creates reality?
In this week's journal club, Dr. Haady Ahmadzade is going to discuss reality and the process by which…Read More
NIAG training courses: 6th series on fMRI data processing with FSL!
In the 6th series of NIAG training courses, we have designed an applicable approach to teaching fMRI data processing. This…Read More
Sectional Anatomy and fMRI data analysis courses will start again from 4 August . Interested students and researchers may register for…Read More
Sectional Anatomy and fMRI data analysis courses will not be held until July 28th. Interested students and researchers may register…Read More
We seek for the latest tools and methods currently available in the neuroimaging community and try to optimize cognitive tasks designed for application in functional and structural studies. We employ multiple pieces of equipment for stimulus presentation and behavioral data acquisition for different applications such as multi-sensory activation, braille tactile stimulation, olfactory assessment, Lie/truth detection, Language evaluation, and craving appraisal in addict subjects.
Neuroimaging Analysis Group
NIAG at RCMCI brings together an interdisciplinary group of specialist to employ various physiological, functional and structural neuroimaging methodologies in both research and clinical.