CABI-affiliated labs are led by investigators from Georgia State, Georgia Tech and across Atlanta.
CABI is currently operating under COVID-19 precautions designed to protect researchers and participants.
CABI facilitates scientific discovery and theoretical innovation in psychology, cognitive neuroscience and other fields. The center supports collaborations between researchers across institutions on a range of clinical and nonclinical research. CABI supports brain and whole-body imaging for research across the lifespan and on a range of 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.
CABI features a 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner, as well as advanced equipment optimized for the acquisition and interpretation of research data. This includes:
MRI: A Siemens Magnetom Prismafit 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging system configured with up to 64 receiver channels comprised of up to 204 coil elements with up to 128 independent RF channels for brain or whole-body imaging.
EEG: CABI offers research dedicated electroencephalography (EEG) systems, allowing for stand alone EEG and simultaneous EEG/fMRI research.
Neuromodulation: CABI supports neuromodulation research with a MagVenture MagPro X100 transcranial magnetic stimulation system and Soterix Medical 1x1 Limited Total Energy transcranial direct current stimulator.