Our lab uses multimodal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologies to study neural circuitry and neurovascular coupling in rodent models.MORE
Our core provides a wide variety of small animal MRI services to investigators within or outside UNC.MORE
Shih lab receives a 2-year BRAIN Initiative grant from NIMH developing a new MR-compatible electrode arrays for brain stimulation and recording (R41 MH113252).
Shih lab receives a 5-year BRAIN Initiative grant from NIMH studying the origin of BOLD signals using chemogenetic tools (R01 MH111429).
We are funded with the Kash and Besheer labs for a 5-year grant from NIAAA studying the causal role of brain circuits and molecules that are activated by low dose alcohol (R01 AA025582).
Dan successfully defends his thesis in August.
Maggie receives Enoch Gordis Research Recognition Award from the Research Society on Alcoholism.
Dan and Esteban each received a Summa Cum Laude Merit Award from ISMRM.
Sungho, Dan, and Esteban each gives an oral presentation at ISMRM annual meeting in Singapore.
Manasmita, Sungho, Dan, and Esteban each receives an Educational Stipend Award from ISMRM.
Maggie and Esteban each receives an Poster Award at the Triangle Imaging Symposium Poster Competition.
Brittany receives an NIH Institutional Training Grant from the Neurobiology Curriculum (T32 NS007431).
Heather receives an NIH NRSA Training Grant from NIDA (F31 DA041104).
Nathalie successfully defends her thesis in April.
Marsico Hall, 125 Mason Farm Rd,
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 (CB# 7513)
9.4 Tesla MRI facility: SB221
Surgery lab: SB231
Hardware/Chemistry lab: B214
Electrophysiology lab: B216
Behavior lab: B219
Office (lab members): B254
Office (Ian Shih): B212
Office(Ian Shih) : 919-843-4729
Office(Lab) : 919-966-9076
Core Service : 919-966-2855
9.4T : 919-843-7824