Welcome to the Robert
and Beverly Lewis Center for NeuroImaging at
of Oregon. Here you will find information about
the Center and resources for researchers and the general
The mission of the Center is to
support interdisciplinary, multifaceted research in
cognitive neuroscience and biological imaging. The
Center has a Siemens Allegra 3T MRI unit, a variety
of stimulus presentation and data collection modalities,
and full capabilities for the design and fabrication
of MR coils to support a broad range of research needs
On Monday, September 10, the Lewis
Center took delivery of its latest upgrade, a Siemens MAGNETOM
Skyra 3T full-body MRI system. Along with many technological
improvements, this system has a 70 cm bore, which will permit
imaging of any part of the body and improve participant comfort.
See the University's Oregon Research press release
for more information and photos of the installation.
Seminars at LCNI
Research seminars are sponsored periodically
by the Lewis Center. In these seminars, researchers present
information about the work they are doing at the Center.
See our Calendar for information
on the topic of the next seminar. If you are interested
in presenting your work, please contact Jolinda
Smith for scheduling.
The University of Oregon produces a
variety of short video clips showcasing research conducted
through the University. The Lewis Center is featured in a
YouTube video, with former director Scott Frey speaking about
some of his work here. Follow this link
to view this production.
Use at the Lewis Center
If you are interested in using MRI Services
at the Lewis Center for research purposes, please visit
our Services page.