DGPPN congress • November 26-28, 2020, online

GCBS Symposium: S-003 Von der Neurophysiologie zur Therapie: neue Ergebnisse zu Hirnstimulationsverfahren aus dem German Center for Brain Stimulation BMBF-Verbundprojekt
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Action Days Mental Health Research Network • 26 - 28 October 2020

The action days are in German language. On Monday 26.10.2020 there will be a lecture of our working group on the topic "Neuromodulation and multimodal NeuroImaging".
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DGKN conference 2020 • November 10–14, 2020

- 64. Jahrestagung der deutschen Gesellschaft für Klinische Neurophysiologie und Funktionelle Bildgebung - 7th International Conference on Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation - 4th European Conference of Brain Stimulation in Psychiatry
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OHBM Annual Meeting 2020 • June 23 - July 3, 2020

This year's meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) is also taking place as an online conference. OHBM is the most well-known multimodal neuroimaging conference with thousands of participants.
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BrainSTIM conference 2020 • May 19–20, 2020

The Brain Stimulation and Imaging (BrainSTIM) Conference 2020 was originally planned to be held in Finland and was moved to online format due to Covid-19 situation. In previous years the conference was held as a pre-conference of the Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) meeting and was planned as a separate international conference in 2020.
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About us


The focus of the working group 'Neuromodulation and multimodal NeuroImaging' is based on the modulation of brain function. Different methods of neuroimaging are used to better understand brain function and structure and to improve neuroscientific applications for psychiatric and neurological patients. The team includes psychologists, physicians, computer scientists and neuroscientists with expertise in psychopathology, multimodal neuroimaging, non-invasive brain stimulation techniques, EEG and cognition.



The URL neuroimaging-munich has been chosen to allow good accessibility. however, we would like to point out that we are only one of several labs that do MR imaging in Munich. In the radiology, neurology (1|2), psychiatry (1|2)  and ISD of the KUM/LMU further well-founded MR imaging focal points are implemented, the TUM has its own NeuroImaging Center, the Max Planck Institute also has its own MR scanner and a research section. The ISD has had its own Siemens Prisma 3T research scanner since 2018 and another identical research scanner, which is operated jointly by MCN, KUM (Psychiatry/KJP) and the LMU, is located in the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.



Note: the website is under construction and will be updated in the coming weeks.