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THOR Center for Neuroinformatics
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Functional neuroimaging based on Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) probe in vivo patterns of activity in the human brain.

Human Brain Project

Our neuroimaging activities are currently carried out in the context of three projects, a Human Brain Project Consortium, headed by Prof. David Rottenberg, PET Imaging Service, Minneapolis VA Medical Center, a BIOMED 2 Consortium, headed by Prof. Anders Gade, Psychological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen, and a Danish Research Councils Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Iniative Consortium, headed by Prof. Olaf B. Paulson.

For more information consult the Human Brain Project repository.

Virtual Brains

See our presentation Virtual Brains given at DTU Visondays: 3D Image Analysis and Virtual Reality, June 14, 2000.

Lyngby Toolbox

We offer a Matlab toolbox for the analysis of spatio-temporal fMRI signals. For ecxample, the following models are implemented: Neural network filter, FIR-filter, Lange-Zeger, K-means clustering, Kolmogorov-Smirnov

Availability: The toolbox is currently available for members of

  • FIG (Functional Imaging Group - Copenhagen)
  • BIOMED 2 consortium.
  • HBP-CFN (Human Brain Project, Consortium for Functional Neuroimaging - Minneapolis, Tallahassee, Boston, Belmont, Akita, Copenhagen).

For more information see Lyngby Toolbox.



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