The Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (CABI) is a 6,000-square-foot research facility located in the heart of midtown Atlanta. Jointly operated by Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, the center opened in 2009 to provide academic researchers with access to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) facilities to conduct studies on topics ranging from autism and learning disabilities to brain-computer interfaces.
CABI houses a 3T Siemens Prisma MRI scanner as well as equipment for collecting data using high-density electroencephalography (EEG) systems, eye tracking, and a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) system. Find a detailed list of all our equipment here.
CABI is a hub for multi-disciplinary research, including both basic science and translational research with implications for the classroom and the clinic. CABI is part of the Georgia Research Alliance’s Core Exchange, which allows Georgia’s university scientists to share core research facilities and equipment. The center facilitates scientific discovery and theoretical innovation in cognitive neuroscience and other fields by providing access to advanced equipment and methods, as well as technical and scientific training. CABI supports brain and whole-body imaging for research across the lifespan and on a range of clinical and nonclinical populations.
In addition, CABI offers educational and research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students at Georgia State and Georgia Tech and disseminates scientific knowledge to the broader university community, relevant professional communities and the general public.