The Brain Image Team (BIT) lab research has focused on a breadth of experiments involving Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), including neurovascular interventions, quantitative cerebrovascular imaging, and imaging of brain aging physiology.

Currently the team focuses on a program with three core themes:
Theme 1 – Image acquisition and reconstruction for MRI visualization
Theme 2 – Big Data for biomedical application using data integration, statistics and machine learning
Theme 3 – Modeling of brain circuits to inspire the next generation of intelligent algorithms

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The BIT lab has published in esteemed journals such as IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, NMR in Biomedicine, Frontiers in Physics, Stroke & Vascular Neurology and Neurobiology of Aging. Learn more on the Publications page.

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The BIT lab includes members from around the globe. In addition to research excellence, we are focused on fostering a healthy and happy work environment. Some facts about our team:

  • Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the gateway to the Rocky Mountains where the team can get together for a hike (pictured on the right)
  • Members travel around the world to present research at top international conferences
  • Promote Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) as part of the team’s core values; It is always people over programs!

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Please contact us to learn more about the BIT lab. We are particularly interested in hearing from participants who would like to volunteer for an MRI, or those would like to donate to research to enhance brain imaging research.

We are also always looking for bright researchers to join our team! We take high school, undergraduate, graduate (both MSc and PhD) students, as well as postdoctoral fellows.

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