ELSC Neuroimaging Unit

Established in 2012, the ELSC Neuroimaging Unit (ENU) offers imaging services to over 20 labs across all four campuses of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, assisting researchers from the fields of neuroscience, psychology, cognition, and medicine. Located in the High-Tech Village complex at the Edmond J. Safra campus at Givat Ram, the ENU is equipped with an advanced Siemens Skyra 3T MRI scanner, as well as auxiliary state-of-the-art equipment including an eye-tracking system, a BIOPAC system for collecting physiological measurements, a noise-cancellation auditory system, and a visual stimuli delivery system. The scanning is operated by our team of experienced radiology technicians, who are familiar with different scientific needs and scanning techniques. We offer assistance with paradigm design and scanning sequence optimization to help researchers acquire the best possible data, while our Helsinki coordinator can help with the ethical and regulatory aspects of human research.

If you are not yet part of the ENU community, you can get all the ENU news (e.g., announcements and information about events) by subscribing to our mailing list (elsc-fmri).

If you are running experiments, you should also subscribe to our operators mailing list (enu-ops) to receive day-to-day updates concerning the ENU’s operation and scanner availability.

For additional information, new users, guidelines & safety, procedure to register the lab to the ENU system and scanner reservation (Login required – from HUJI network only).
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