Neuroimaging Research Program (NRP)
The Neuroimaging Research Program (NRP) is one of the clinical programs at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center. One of our primary missions is to use cutting-edge multimodal imaging in conjunction with pharmacology, genetics, neurophysiology and behavioral techniques to find the cause of and better treatment for severe mental illnesses.
Our faculty maintain a strong technical expertise in a wide range of imaging techniques in fMRI, spectroscopy, DTI, and a number of other MR imaging methods. We emphasize applications of imaging techniques in genetic imaging, pharmacological imaging, functional, structural and network imaging modeling.
The NRP also serves as a resource for research programs within the MPRC as well as for internal and external collaborators that conduct imaging research.