About the core
Research on the healthy human brain is limited, for ethical and health reasons, to looking from the outside in. There are now several remarkable technologies that can measure activity across the whole brain at the level of regions and networks.
BrainWorks, one of the Wu Tsai Institute’s core facilities operated by the Center for Neurocognition and Behavior, makes these safe and repeatable technologies available to researchers for cutting-edge studies of human brain function.
BrainWorks is located on the first floor of 100 College Street, with a dedicated entrance at the back of the building easily accessible to research participants. It is designed to encourage and honor a partnership between the humans conducting the studies and the humans participating in the studies.