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UMR 5296 - GIN (Bordeaux)
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.
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
CRIVELLO Fabrice DURIEZ Quentin HAU Janice
MELLET Emmanuel PERCHEY Guy
Address:Université de BordeauxPAC Carreire, case 71UMR 5296, GIN, CNRS, CEA, Univ. de Bordeaux146 rue Léo-Saignat, CS 6129233076 Bordeaux Cedex, France
Tel. : 05 47 30 43 93Fax : 05 47 30 43 94
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