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GMS 6082: Introduction to Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Credits:1Grading Scheme: Letter
Prerequisite: Consent from instructor
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is at the forefront of many research fields in neuroscience. the method is widely in human and animal studies to investigate neural mechanisms. Introduction to Functional MRI will provide students with the basic and practical principles underlying fMRI of the brain. Students will complete the course having an in-depth introduction to neurophysiological mechanisms that couple magnetic resonance phenomenon to task-or stimulus-dependent changes in neuronal activity and cerebral metabolism.