At the BMU, our core interest is using advanced brain scanning techniques, principally magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), to map the structure and function of the human brain.
We are particularly interested in mapping normal memory and learning, ageing, drug effects on brain function, and neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, autism and depression. We also have a strong technical focus on graph theory, network analysis and other statistical methods for analysis and visualization of the large and complex datasets involved in brain mapping.
The Brain Mapping Unit is part of the University Department of Psychiatry and was set up in 1999 when Ed Bullmore was appointed to a new Professorship of Psychiatry. Since then the Unit has grown in size and now includes about 20 people, including the Systems and Computational Neuroscience Group run by Dr Petra Vertes, and the Computational Psychiatry Group run by Dr Sarah Morgan.
We have a broad network of collaborations across a range of departments and institutes in Cambridge as well as numerous groups across the world.
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|Ed Bullmore||PI – Head of the BMU and Deputy Head of the School of Clinical Medicine|
|Sarah Morgan||PI – Accelerate Fellow at the Computer Labs and the Department of Psychiatry|
|Petra Vertes||PI – Leads the Systems and Computational Neuroscience Group|
|Athina Aruldass||Phd Student|
|Saashi Bedford||Phd Student|
|Richard Bethlehem||Research Fellow|
|Richard Dear||Phd Student|
|Lena Dorfschmidt||Phd Student|
|Chaitanya Erady||Phd Student|
|Rebeca Ianov-Vitanov||MPhil Student|
|Stacey Kigar||Postdoctoral Research Associate|
|Manfred Kitzbichler||Postdoctoral Research Associate|
|Mary-Ellen Lynall||Phd Student|
|Agoston Mihalik||Postdoctoral Research Associate|
|Marcella Montagnese||MPhil Student|
|Caro Nettenkoven||Postdoctoral Research Associate|
|Sofia Orellana Aguirre||Phd Student|
|Lidia Ripoll-Sanchez||Phd Student|
|Isaac Sebenius||Phd Student|
|Rachel Smith||Phd Student|
|Will Snyder||Phd Student|
|Eva Stauffer||Phd Student|
|Simon White||Senior Research Associate|
|Natalia Savinykh Yarkoni||Phd Student|