Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has revolutionized the field of human neuroscience. It opened a new window into the human brain by allowing researchers to non-invasively measure activity with an unprecedented combination of spatial coverage and spatiotemporal resolution while subjects perform a rich variety of cognitive tasks. Using fMRI and a suite of other imaging tools, researchers at PNI continue to be leaders in the exciting field of human neuroscience.

The future of neuroimaging promises to be increasingly creative and interdisciplinary in its approach, increasingly mechanistic in its explanations, and more relevant than ever before to the understanding of complex human behaviors.