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Toronto Neuroimaging

Toronto Neuroimaging Facility (ToNI) is a shared research center, dedicated to research and teaching in human neuroimaging at the University of Toronto, run by the Department of Psychology.

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PARTICIPATE

We are always looking for new volunteers to participate in our research. Studies usually involve a 1-2.5 hour time commitment. Our participants perform different computerized tasks while we take pictures of their brains. We use this data to understand how brain activity supports thoughts and emotions.

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When you arrive, press the button on the intercom and someone will come let you in.

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MEET OUR FACULTY & STAFF

Our world-class faculty have made seminal advances in understanding how the brain supports all aspects of cognition, spanning perception, attention, memory, language, decision making, and social reasoning, across all stages of the lifespan – from babies to the oldest old.

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FACILITY RESOURCES

We are pleased to offer a state-of-the art Siemens Prisma 3T Full-Body MRI Scanner and a full range of peripheral devices to enable first-rate functional MRI studies, such as visual and auditory stimulus presentation, eye-movement monitoring, cardiac and respiratory recording, and a mock scanner.

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TRAINING OPPORTUNTIIES

ToNI’s users have a number of opportunities available to them for training and education, listed in our calendar.

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Safety Overview

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Read the safety policies for our facility

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New Users

Welcome to ToNI! We are committed to providing a first-rate scanning experience for all our users.

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