We are a dynamic research group at the Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging Centre in the School of Medicine, University of Nottingham. Our aim is to develop imaging technology and image processing platforms for exploring and understanding the brain from a systems perspective.
To this end, we develop algorithmic frameworks for analysing neuroimaging data and specifically for mapping brain connections and tissue microstructure. We exploit the power of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and in particular diffusion and functional MRI, to provide principled platforms for probing the brain organisation and untangling its complexity in health and disease (see Research).
We are located at the University of Nottingham, the birthplace of MRI. We have a number of national and international collaborations and very strong links with the Analysis group at the WIN Centre, University of Oxford.
Towards demistifying multimorbidity: New paper on exploring the associations between brain phenotypes and genetic risk for lung fibrosis!19. October 2022
New paper on using white matter tracts to concurrently map brain ontogeny and phylogeny on a common connectivity space!10. May 2022
Congratulations to Jose Manzano Patron for receiving the Best Newbie Oral Presentation award from the diffusion MRI study group for his ISMRM 2022 presentation on dMRI denoising!9. May 2022
Stam is listed in the 2021 Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers (top 0.1%) for Neuroscience & Behaviour!8. September 2021
HCP...10 years later. A retrospective piece just published!9. August 2021
We are hiring! More posts to follow towards the end of the year!23. April 2021
Congratulations to Shaun Warrington for defending his PhD thesis!4. March 2021
Congratulations to Ellie Thompson for defending her PhD thesis!