NeuRA Imaging Centre


MRI safety information
All users of the NeuRA Imaging Centre must attend the MRI Safety Induction course prior to research commencing. Attendance at the course is mandatory for all MRI users wishing to be permitted into the MRI control room.

For information on the next scheduled MRI Safety Induction course, please email Dr Michael Green.

MRI Methods
In this MRI Methods section we will add videos on the basics of MRI Imaging at NeuRA Imaging including, software, equipment and research tips.

Lumina Response Pad controller
These two videos outline the Lumina Response Pad interface, default settings and its connections to the MRI scanner and computer for correct data acquisition.

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During three decades on Australian television, two simple words brought us to attention.

‘Hello daaaahling’. Outrageous, flamboyant, iconic – Jeanne Little captivated Australians everywhere with her unique style, cockatoo shrill voice and fashion sense. "Mum wasn't just the life of the party, she was the party.” Katie Little, Jeanne’s daughter remembers. This icon of Australian television brought a smile into Australian homes. Tragically, today Jeanne can't walk, talk or feed herself. She doesn't recognise anyone, with a random sound or laugh the only glimpse of who she truly is. Jeanne Little has Alzheimer's disease. The 1,000 Brains Study NeuRA is very excited to announce the 1,000 Brains Study, a ground-breaking research project to identify the elements in our brains that cause life-changing neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other dementias. This study will focus on the key unresolved question: why do some of us develop devastating neurodegenerative diseases, while others retain good brain health? The study will compare the genomes of people who have reached old age with healthy brains against the genomes of those who have died from neurodegenerative diseases, with post mortem examination of brain tissue taking place at NeuRA’s Sydney Brain Bank. More information on the study can be found here. Will you please support dementia research and the 1,000 Brains Study and help drive the future of genetics research in Australia?