Resolving fine architectures of human gray matter with ultra-high-resolution diffusion MRI

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to develop an ultra-high resolution MRI technique for taking pictures of the brain. This is done by using MRI sequences. MRI sequences are different radio-waves and magnetic fields that make images of the structures inside your body. An ultra-high resolution technique would be able to provide clearer pictures of the brain than other sequences, non-invasively (meaning nothing will be placed inside your body; like needles, for example). This study is looking to enroll healthy volunteer.

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