Forschungsschwerpunkt Translationale Neurowissenschaften Mainz

Organization

The Neuroimaging Center is a core research platform of the University Medical Center (UMC) of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU). It is organized by the Focus Program Translational Neuroscience (FTN), an interdisciplinary alliance of neuroscientists in Mainz, funded by the State of Rhineland-Palatinate.

The NIC is headed by Raffael Kalisch, Professor for Human Neuroimaging at University Medical Center Mainz, who supervises the support team.

The head of the center reports biannually to the NIC Executive Board (“Nutzerrat”), where major strategic decisions are made. Board members are:

  • Professor for Human Neuroimaging / head of NIC (chairperson)
  • Spokesperson of the FTN
  • Chair of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology (JGU)
  • Chair of the Department of Neurology (UMC)
  • Chair of the Department of Neuroradiology (UMC)
  • Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery (UMC)
  • Chair of the Department of Nuclear Medicine (UMC)
  • Chair of the Institute of Microscopic Anatomy and Neurobiology (UMC)
  • Chair of the Department of Psychiatry und Psychotherapy (UMC)
  • Chair of the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy (UMC)

Applications for MR scanning time are evaluated by the NIC users in the bi-weekly NIC meeting.

Aktuelles

02. August 2018
NIC Meeting
Laura Meine and Katja Schüler (Psychology Department) present their new study, “SPeCtRe – A Study of Perceived Control and Resilience” and apply for measurement time in the NIC Meeting on Thursday, August 2nd at 12 in the seminar room in building 701....mehr
19. Juli 2018
NIC Meeting
Isabelle Miederer (Nuclear Medicine) will present her new MRI project and apply for mearuement time in the NIC Meeting on Thursday July 19th at 12 in the seminar room in building 701. The project is a subproject in the Resilience CRC....mehr
12. Juli 2018
NIC Meeting
Julius Grenz and Philipp Horstmann (Psychiatry) will present their new project, the “PRG1-Fastenprojekt”, in the NIC Meeting on Thursday July 12th at 12 in the seminar room in building 701....mehr