USC's Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute applies innovative imaging and information technologies to the study of the brain. We share our data and resources with thousands of collaborators around the world.
Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI)
At LONI, we've built a diverse team of neuroscientists, engineers, and programmers, all working toward a common goal: mapping the brain. We research diseases, including neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders, and seek to understand changes in the brain across the lifespan.
Imaging Genetics Center
The IGC is dedicated to discovering how individual genetic differences influence brain wiring, structure, and function. Our worldwide imaging consortium, ENIGMA, unites more than 300 institutions to analyze thousands of brain and genomic scans.
Center for Integrative Connectomics
The CIC seeks to develop a multimodal multiscale connectome and cell-type map of the mammalian brain using advanced tracing, imaging, and computational methods. Our crossdisciplinary group develops neuroanatomic and neuroinformatic approaches to understand connectivity patterns in both health and disease.
Center for Image Acquisition
Opened in 2016, the Center for Image Acquisition (CIA) is a brand new MRI facility housing a Siemens Magnetom Prisma, a new 3 Tesla MRI scanner, and a Siemens Magnetom 7T MRI scanner. These scanners include unparalled innovations at the leading edge for neuroimaging.