Pioneering research by our team aims to uncover ADHD biomarkers and create a brain atlas, enhancing understanding and improving outcomes for all.
Mātai's aMRI technique provides a unique, non-invasive window into brain motion, aiding diagnosis of disorders that change brain morphology and viability.
Utilising aMRI, our team is developing a non-invasive model to estimate intracranial pressure, improving management and reducing risks in patients with high brain pressure.
Brainwatch project aims to develop an interactive prototype to enhance student comprehension of brain science, dispel injury misconceptions, and promote brain health awareness.
Our cardioscience study explores how environmental factors, oxygen-rich and oxygen-poor blood flows affect the development of the human heart before birth.
Exploring methamphetamine's harmful effects on the brain and heart using advanced MRI techniques, we aim to deepen our understanding and improve recovery strategies.
Monitoring mTBI recovery through MRI assessments and detailed symptom histories, this study seeks to improve early recognition, treatment, and reduce secondary impacts.
Creating a normative child database with advanced MRI, we're investigating organ variability and developing predictive models of paediatric health in Tairāwhiti, Aotearoa.
Using custom goggles and amplified MRI, we examine how eye structures respond to pressure changes, aiming to enhance disease understanding and treatment.
Revolutionising prostate cancer diagnosis in New Zealand through MRI techniques, reducing unnecessary biopsies, and promoting personalised treatment planning, and advancing healthcare equity.
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Mātai is a registered Charitable Trust (CC56831) undertaking not-for-profit medical imaging research in Tairāwhiti, Aotearoa.
Centre for Brain Research (CBR)
Malaghan Institute of Medical Research
Brain Research New Zealand (BRNZ)
Auckland Bioengineering Institute
Center for Advanced MRI (CAMRI)
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