UCLA Brain Mapping Center

UCLA Brain Mapping Center believes that the purpose and goal of brain mapping is to advance the understanding of the relationship between structure and function in the human brain. Scientists in this field seek to gain knowledge of the physical processes that underlie human sensation, attention awareness and cognition. These results are immediately applicable to surgical intervention, to the design of medical interventions and to the treatment of psychological and psychiatric disorders.

Featured Publications


An invariant shape representation using the anisotropic Helmholtz equation.An invariant shape representation using the anisotropic Helmholtz equation.
Functional connectivity in BOLD and CBF data: Similarity and reliability of resting brain networks.Functional connectivity in BOLD and CBF data: Similarity and reliability of resting brain networks.
Statistical shape analysis of the corpus callosum in Schizophrenia.Statistical shape analysis of the corpus callosum in Schizophrenia.

BMAP Facilities


Ahmanson-Lovelace Brain Mapping Center Reed Neurological Research Center Neuroscience Reseach Building