WHO WE ARE
Founded in 2004, the Laboratory of Molecular Neuroimaging Technology (MoNET) is an advanced neuroimaging lab that performs brain research through the use and development of computational neuroimaging technologies. We aim to integrate neuronal theory, neuroimaging technologies, clinical data to understand the human brain at multiple levels – from neurons to functions, from functions to behavior. The techniques we employ include functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), positron emission tomography (PET), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and electroencephalogram (EEG). The mission of MoNET is to contribute to improving our knowledge of the human brain through the use and development of neuroimaging and computational techniques and to become a leading research institute that facilitates multi-disciplinary translational research in neuroscience.
OUR LAB CONSISTS OF THREE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAMS WITH >>>
(Systems and Computational Neuroscience)
Formulates quantitative theories of human brain function and integrates computer modeling with experimental research.
Applies machine learning techniques to clinical data and aims to create tools that can help analyze medical data and assist in diagnosis.
(Translational Cognitive Neuroscience)
Combines neuroscientific data with the real world by creating practical applications based on scientific knowledge.