Neuroimaging research in Aberdeen promotes an interdisciplinary research environment including technical development, clinical and basic science expertise working with a number of brain imaging techniques to investigate all aspects of neurological and psychiatric disorders, from stratification and diagnosis to treatment planning and monitoring.

Neuroimaging research is primarily conducted within the Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre.

Diseases investigated

  • Dementia & Neurodegeneration including normal ageing
  • Psychiatric disorders such Schizophrenia, anxiety, autism
  • Rheumatologic disorders such as Vasculitis, Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Other disorders such as stroke and trauma, and exercise physiology

Principal Investigators: