IBIC is situated among other imaging and neuroscience Centers and laboratories at University of Washington.
Related groups in University of Washington Medical Center
In many cases our groups have common personnel and resources, but each of the three
groups has distinct goals.
Other related groups
- BMIC – BioMolecular Imaging Center (UW Radiology)
A cerebrovascular imaging research center, directed by Chun Yuan, located at the South Lake
Union campus, and including a research-dedicated 3T scanner identical to the DISC scanner.
- CIN – Center for Integrative Neuroscience (UW College of Arts and Sciences)
A multidisciplinary forum for UW behavioral and systems neuroscientists, promoting
collaboration through annual symposia and other events.
- I-LABS – Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (UW Extradepartmental)
An interdisciplinary center dedicated to discovering the fundamental principles of human
learning, and including an MEG brain-imaging facility focusing on children. Directed by Patricia Kuhl and Andrew Meltzoff.
- CIBR – Center for Integrative Brain Research (Seattle Childrens Hospital)
The neuroscientic division of the Seattle Children’s Research Institute, directed by Jan
Marino “Nino” Ramirez.
- VISCOG – Vision and Cognition Group (UW Psychology)
Three laboratories (Boynton, Fine, Murray) in the Department of Psychology that investigate
visual perception, attention, deprivation, and development. These laboratories use fMRI
approaches and share in the management of the DISC 3T Center.
- BICG – Biomedical Image Computing Group (UW Pediatrics)
Other collaborating laboratories at UW:
Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
Seattle Longitudinal Study
Ojemann GRID Laboratory
Center for Translational Metabolic Imaging
Northwest Research Group on Aging
Alzheimer Disease Research Center
Pacific Northwest Udall Center
Northwest Regional Epilepsy Center
University of Washington Multidisciplinary Learning Disabilities Center