Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre (SUBIC)

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Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre

Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre (SUBIC) – is an advanced multidisciplinary infrastructure dedicated to experimental academic research on brain function and structure. SUBIC is located at Arrhenius Laboratory, at Stockholm University’s Frescati campus and is available to all researchers affiliated with Stockholm University or affiliated with other Swedish universities and their international scientific partners.

SUBIC’s infrastructure will support Swedish research with state of the art functional and structural brain imaging technologies suitable for fundamental academic research within the Humanities, Behavioural Sciences, Natural sciences and Law.

Welcome to our new seminar series! More information here!

To book MRI and X-ray microscopy please email subic@su.se

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SUBIC News

  • Neuroimaging in the Human Sciences 2020 2019-09-24 On March 12, 2020 SUBIC will host Neuroimaging in the Human Sciences: Expanding Research Opportunities. A conference created to inform and excite researchers within the human sciences about the opportunities that neuroimaging methods can provide. We invite you to be inspired by this new frontier research field.
  • SUBIC symposium with Usha Goswami 2019-09-20 Warm welcome to SUBICs first symposium. One day symposium focusing on dyslexia and the brain. Keynote speaker Usha Goswami from Cambridge university.
  • SUBIC brain tree Courses at SUBIC 2019-08-20 Welcome to a new seminar series at SUBIC! Topics and dates here!

Neuroimaging in the Human Sciences 2020

SUBIC brain tree

On March 12, 2020 SUBIC will host Neuroimaging in the Human Sciences: Expanding Research Opportunities. A conference created to inform and excite researchers within the human sciences about the opportunities that neuroimaging methods can provide. We invite you to be inspired by this new frontier research field.