Neuroimaging Laboratory (NIL)

The Neuroimaging Laboratory (NIL) provides an interactive environment for faculty investigators, students, post-doctoral students and staff from seven departments spanning the university's medical school and its Danforth Campus. It is directed by Marcus Raichle, MD, a professor of radiology, neurology and biomedical engineering, who is internationally recognized for his research in the development and use of functional brain imaging techniques. Raichle was one of three scientists who recently received the prestigious Kavli Prize in Neuroscience.

Principal NIL investigators presently include:

Beau Ances, MD, - Principal Investigator, Associate Professor of Neurology

Corbetta, Maurizio, MD - Principal Investigator-Norman J. Stupp Professor of Neurology, Radiology, Anatomy and Neurobiology

Benzinger, Tammie MD, PhD - Principal Investigator

Black, Kevin, MD - Principal Investigator

Videen, Tom, PhD - Principal Investigator
Zazulia, Allyson, MD - Principal Investigator

TBA - Principal Investigator

Hershey, Tamara, PhD - Prinicipal Investigator

Marcus, Dan, PhD - Research Assistant Professor

Maccotta, Luigi, MD, - Principal Investigator

Perlmutter, Joel, MD - Prinicipal Investigator

Petersen, Steve, PhD – Principal Investigator
Schlaggar, Brad, MD, PhD - Principal Investigator

Raichle, Marcus, MD, Principal Investigator-Professor of Radiology, Neurology, Neurobiology and Biomedical Engineering

Shimony, Josh, MD PhD - Principal Investigator

Petersen, Steve, PhD – Director

Zacks, Jeffrey PhD - Principal Investigator