Danckert Attention and Action Group
(Cognitive Neuroscience Lab)
PAS building, room 4041
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Dr. James Danckert established fMRI capacity at Grand River Hospital's 1.5 Tesla magnet with 16 hours of scanning per month available to uWaterloo researchers. The MRI is available biweekly on Thursdays (8pm to midnight) and Sundays (10am to 2pm) at a cost of $260 per hour.
For Standard Operating Procedures, please refer to UWHSOP - 605: Protocol for functional MRI scanning at Grand River Hospital
To book time, contact Karly Neath-Tavares at x37224 or email@example.com
Postdoctoral researcher, Dr. Elisabeth Stoettinger, getting things set up for her fMRI experiment.
The MRI technician, Dr. James Danckert, and Dr. Elisabeth Stoettinger with the first participant for her study.
Through our collaborations, we also have access to:
Alex wearing the Eyelink II eye movement monitor.
The Danckert Attention Group has a range of equipment to facilitate different types of neuropsychology research:
Sean modeling the prism goggles and the adaptation procedure.
The miniBIRD movement tracking system.