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Neurofunctional Imaging Group (GIN)

Published on 28 November 2017

Team Leader
Bernard MAZOYER
05 47 30 43 93
bmazoyer@cea.fr


Team members

Grégory BEAUDET, ingénieur
Naka BEGUEDOU, ARC
Sandrine CREMONA, ingénieure
Fabrice CRIVELLO, chercheur
Christophe DELALANDE, ingénieur
Alexandre GAUVIN, doctorant
Thomas HIRSCH, ingénieur
Isabelle HESLING,chercheuse
Gaël JOBARD, chercheur
Marc JOLIOT, chercheur
Alexandre LAURENT, ingénieur





Myriam LEKKAL-BOUKRA, doctorante
Gaëlle LEROUX, ingénieure
Sophie MAINGAULT, post-doc
Bernard MAZOYER, chercheur
Emmanuel MELLET, chercheur
Antonietta PEPE, post-doc
Laurent PETIT, chercheur
Ernesto SANZ-ARIGITA, chercheur
Ami TSUCHIDA, post-doc
Laure ZAGO, chercheuse

Presentation

The Neurofunctional Imaging Group (GIN) is a Mixed Research Unit belonging to the Frédéric Joliot Institute.
His multidisciplinary team brings together scientists from different backgrounds: mathematics and instrumentation in medical imaging, nuclear medicine, signal processing, psychiatry and cognitive neuroscience, who study the cognitive, behavioral, genetic, morphological and functional foundations of hemispheric specialization (HS).

Created in 1989 in Orsay, this project has developed a collective expertise in the field of cognitive neuroimaging. The GIN has the know-how for all functional imaging techniques (PET, MRI, EEG, MEG, TMS) from experiment phases to data analysis.

Outils de recherche

The GIN is a founding member of theExcellence Laboratory (LabEx) TRAIL, and is also associated with LabEx BRAIN. The GIN is finally involved in the cohort of excellence i-SHARE.

 
GIN in 2016

​Contacts

Address:
Université de Bordeaux
PAC Carreire, case 71
UMR 5296, GIN, CNRS, CEA, Univ. de Bordeaux
146 rue Léo-Saignat, CS 61292
33076 Bordeaux Cedex, France

Tel. : 05 47 30 43 93
Fax : 05 47 30 43 94


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