Neuroimaging core facility
Scientific manager: Stéphane LEHERICY (MD, PhD, PU-PH, Sorbonne university, AP-HP)
Operational manager: Eric BARDINET (Engineer)
CENIR (Center for NeuroImaging Research) is the Institut du Cerveau – ICM main in vivo imaging core facility. With a core set of expertise around neurological diseases, cognitive neuroscience and image analysis, it offers academic and industrial investigators high quality imaging tools for investigating human brain and spinal cord. Personnel with complementary expertise (neurology, neuroimaging, neuroscience, imaging, NMR, image processing, data analysis) design protocols and run the imaging equipment for more than 80 projects each year. The use of 3T MRI, and MRI-compatible EEG creates the perfect environment to conduct neuroimaging projects.