The imaging physics group at the Neuroimaging Centre (NIC) of the TU Dresden is responsible for the maintenance of the imaging resources at the centre, the support of applied scientists, and the development of state-of-the-art imaging methods. We also conduct research projects in close collaboration with applied researchers. We are driven by concrete neuroscientific questions such as “What are the microstructural changes in acute cases of anorexia nervosa (an eating disorder)?” or “Can humans learn to control their emotional brain circuits and what are the behavioral effects of such control?”. One of our primary goals is to employ state-of-the art MRI sequences and processing pipelines in an initially collaborative study and, subsequently, make such methods available to our large user community. Please, visit our research page to find out more details.