last update: Apr 01, 2006

Toshiaki Imada, Ph.D.

Research Professor
Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
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Language Neuroimaging Laboratory,
Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
University of Washington

He is interested in revealing human brain mechanisms related to auditory information processing, auditory language, auditory language development, visual information processing, etc. He applies cutting-edge neuroimaging methods, such as magnetoencephalography or MEG and functional magnetic resonance imaging or fMRI, to see where in the brain is activated and how the brain works.

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Figure: Revealing Brain Mechanisms by MEG

For more details about his MEG work, go to English version or Japanese version.