What is DRCMR? - It is all about the brain

The Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) is placed at Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre and is one of the leading research centres in Europe within the field of biomedical MRI. A highly profiled international research team translates the latest advances in MRI to examine the brain's function, metabolism and structure.

The DRCMR houses a multi-disciplinary and multi-national research team with approximately 75 researchers and students from app. 27 countries. We have in-house expertise in MR physics, data processing, pre-clinical research, motor control, cognitive neuroscience, interventional neurophysiology, brain stimulation, cohort studies, multimodal integration, neurology and psychiatry. The brain is an enormously complex organ and we therefore also work in partnership with colleagues from a large variety of scientific disciplines, both nationally and internationally, interacting with them on a daily basis.

Having such a wide range of brain expertise under one roof at DRCMR means a natural opportunity for individual in-house groups to communicate and share knowledge across the brain fields. The DRCMR network is highly valued and of great importance. 

Below, you can see how the people at DRCMR collaborate by working together in publications because they each have their own area of expertise. Find a name, click on it and pull it away from the others to see all the lines to other names. Hartwig R. Siebner, Full Professor and Head of Research, is used as a starting point with a tremendous number of co-publishers, and from thereon the publication network expands. This must be considered to be great IN-HOUSE NETWORKING!