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Here you will find all the latest news about DRCMR and the researchers and students working at the centre.

is being held at Copenhagen University, Hvidovre Hospital, Auditorium 1, on 16 April 2018
With MRI and specific exercises, Professor Carl-Johan Boraxbekk at DRCMR does research on how older persons can sharpen the brain for a long and healthy aging - and maybe delay dementia.
Transcranial brain stimulation as innovative therapy for chronic pediatric neuropsychiatric disorder - STIPED
Postdoctoral Researcher David Meder has been part of the group investigating what happens in the brain when we make decisions.
Development of a Computational Model to Characterize the Effects and Side-Effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Once again, the Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) has been announced as the winner of the Global Excellence Award 2017
Tim Dyrby and collaborators have been awarded DKK 4.5 million for three years from the presticious Capital Region Research Foundation for Healthcare as part of its strategic focus on the potential of integrating synchrotron imaging into pre- and clinical Capital Region hospital research.
Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) på Hvidovre Hospital søger en studentermedhjælper til at assistere i et forskningsprojekt om hjernens udvikling hos børn på 11 år.
With a special focus on multi-modal combinatons of TMS with other neuroimaging techniques
Cihan Göksu's performance at his Ph.D. defence resulted in a big smile
The Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Workshop on 22 November-24 November 2017 is now open for registration!
Senior Researcher Ellen Garde gives a talk at Hjernesagen's Symposium on 30 October 2017.
In research published this week in Cerebral Cortex, DRCMR researchers were able to decode which sound a person is listening to by analysing his or her brain activity patterns.
Biomarker AGORA is a matchmaking event at the University of Copenhagen (https://bioagora.dk), which takes place on 1 November 2017.
Annual course improving your MRI understanding
Carl-Johan Boraxbekk's research career took another important step when he yesterday, 19 September 2017, at the age of 37, was appointed full Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging at Umeå University.
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