Supporting the training, use and analysis of structural and functional neuroimaging data
The USD Human Functional Imaging Core is an interdisciplinary unit organized by the Center for Brain and Behavior Research. We are dedicated to supporting behavioral and brain research on the structures and functions that underlie cognitive, motor and affective processes. We maintain an environment that will enhance the excellence of research at USD by providing a well-equipped physical facility and appropriate staff support services for investigators conducting human subjects research.
Interested in participating in one of our studies? Learn more about our current research studies.
Lee Baugh and Kelene Fercho presented their EEG research examining mental workload and errors in motor planning at the Neural Control of Movement conference in Toyama, Japan.
Our equipment is available to research groups around the university and may be available to external users on a case-by-case basis.