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Lab Introduction

The laboratory located at Center of Biomedical Research (CBMR), is a cutting-edge facility that is dedicated to studying the intricacies of the brain.

As the only laboratory of its kind in the state of Uttar Pradesh, it is equipped with the latest and most advanced tools and resources available. These tools include functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) which allows for non-invasive imaging of the brain and its functions, eye tracking technology that allows for monitoring of eye movements and visual attention, and transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) which uses weak electrical currents to modulate neural activity in specific brain regions. The use of these state-of-the-art resources allows the laboratory to conduct highly scientific research in the field of neuroscience. Researchers are studying the brain in various conditions, such as diseases and disorders, to understand the underlying mechanisms and to develop early diagnosis methods. The knowledge obtained through the research in this laboratory could also be applied in other domains such as education, artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. In short, the laboratory located at CBMR is a unique and vital resource for the scientific community, providing researchers with the tools and resources they need to gain a deeper understanding of the brain and its functions, and to develop new treatments and technologies that can benefit society.

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Brain Research

The human brain is most complex organ in the human body, and perhaps the most remarkable.

It is often described as mysterious, least- explored regions and we are far from understanding it in details. Much knowledge has been gained over the past years with the advancement of neuroimaging methodology, which begin to provide insight into the vastness of brain function and resiliency. With a greater understanding of how the brain functions, it will help clinicians to develop more effective ways to treat patients with various disorders related to brain function. Here we use non-invasive technologies such as the functional and structural MRI to explore the different cognitive function (i.e. attention, memory, language etc.) of human brain as well as to prepare a structural and functional connectivity neural network in disease and normal population. This will help to identify the causes, treatments and potential cures for neurological, psychiatric and often fatal diseases. It may prevent people from developing these conditions in future or cure people of them. However there are many other important brain functions that remain to be studied in depth.