Taking advantage of our world leading imaging facilities are ‘linked labs’ that are co-located within the Monash Biomedical Imaging building.
By residing on-site, these Monash University laboratory groups can seamlessly integrate biomedical imaging into their clinical research. They use technologies such as our 3T MRI, simultaneous MR-PET and TMS to measure brain activity before and after an experiment, and the data they generate is supported by our imaging experts.
Linked lab researchers also benefit from daily interaction with our imaging experts, allowing them to easily seek advice, share ideas and collaborate on a variety of imaging projects.
Using brain imaging and other scientific tools to map and model brain connectivity.
Exploring the neural basis of consciousness and the relationship between consciousness and intelligent functions.
Investigating how everyday lifestyle interventions can be used to improve brain and mental health.
Using magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography technology to study brain changes in people with neurodegenerative diseases.