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Updated: Thu, 07/18/2024 - 18:12

Gradual reopening continues on downtown campus. See Campus Public Safety website for details.

La réouverture graduelle du campus du centre-ville se poursuit. Complément d'information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention.


A cross-section from the BigBrain Atlas

Over the last few decades, the global neuroimaging community has converged towards real-time collaborations encompassing large-scale, data-sharing repositories built by and open to researchers globally.


In addition, researchers now have access to functional neuroimaging techniques, at higher resolutions than ever before. There is a global movement towards sharing neuroimaging data and infrastructure to improve patient outcomes and scientific discoveries.

The Ludmer Centre has been a key partner in over 25 international initiatives covering multiple normative brain development initiatives as well as Alzheimer’s, autism, mental health, and more.

These repositories not only increase the availability and accessibility of vital datasets but also maximize the cost-effectiveness of imaging research.


Alan Evans Alan Evans, PhD, provides leadership for this research theme. A world authority on brain mapping and imaging technologies, Prof. Evans ranks among the top 1% of cited researchers. In addition to the Neuroimaging research theme, Prof. Evans oversees the Neuroinformatics core of the Ludmer Centre. 

Neuroimaging Initiatives and Resources

Our Reserarch, Initiatives, and Training Programs

The Ludmer Centre supports and liaises with a number of institutional and global initiatives within this research theme. Find out more:

Open Source Infrastructural and Computational Resources

Our collaborations and research teams have developed a number of applications and resources available to the global scientific community. Explore our open science platforms:

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