The Methods and Multi-Modal imaging (M3) Lab is an interdisciplinary lab based in Milan, Italy.

The lab members come from different Institutions and Departments (see the "Team" section for more details).

The main aim of this lab is to develop new methods for the study of the brain, with particular attention to the exploration of complex neural networks both in healthy individuals, and in patients with neurological diseases.

Research in the Lab is centered around Magnetic Resonance Imaing (MRI) with emphasis onĀ  combined recording of EEG and fMRI signals.

If you want to learn more about what is going on in the lab just clik on the "Ongoing Projects" section.

If you are curious and you want a picture of your brain in action, just click on the "Participate" section.

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