SLEIC 7

SLEIC 7

Accompanying state-of-the-art software maps the brain in three dimensions. In this example, a researcher points to the area of the brain activated when a subject was asked to perform a finger-tapping exercise while in the MRI machine. Because of the high demand for its use at the Social, Life and Engineering Sciences Imaging Center, a subject can be monitored inside the Siemens MRI machine for up to 75 minutes. Penn State College of Medicine now has a twin of the MRI machine in Hershey, which will allow SLEIC researchers and their colleagues at Penn State Hershey's Center for NMR Research to collaborate more effectively.

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