Continuous technological development represents an indispensable component of the recent remarkable advancements in the state of our knowledge of human brain function. Magnetic resonance is a field which provides a number of versatile non-invasive methodologies applicable to the analysis of human specific brain function. The Department of Biological Magnetic Resonance focuses on the research, development and education of magnetic resonance technologies as well as the research and education of human brain function based on integrated knowledge of advanced engineering and non-linear computational analysis.
|Assoc. Prof.||Kiyotaka SUZUKI|
|Assist. Prof.||Masaki WATANABE|
|Specially Appointed Assist. Prof.||Yukimi NAKAMURA|
|Specially Appointed Assist. Prof.||Honami SAKATA|