Neuroimaging Core

The rationale for the Neuroimaging Core is that the revolution in neuroimaging technology - a landmark achievement of contemporary neuroscience research – enables the in vivo scrutiny of the brain of people with developmental disabilities. The availability of this technology should facilitate studies that seek to understand mechanisms of developmental disabilities, to develop biomarkers, and to improve translation of therapies.

To support our ongoing funding, IDDRC members are expected to cite our Center (“Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center” - NIH/NICHD P30 HD026979) in all publications that result from work supported by one or more of our Core facilities.

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