The LINE is a multi-disciplinary and inter-departmental facility founded in 2003 jointly by the Neuropsychology and Neurorehabilitation Service of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences and the Radiodiagnostic Service of the Radiology Department.
Scientists of the LINE investigate the spatial and temporal brain dynamics of sensory, perceptual, and cognitive functions in healthy and clinical populations.
We achieve this via a range of psychophysical (e.g. behavior and eye-tracking), computational modelling, and brain imaging/mapping methods that (EEG and electrical neuroimaging, electrocorticography, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and MRI modalities).
We also have a strong interest in the continued development of analysis methods as well as in the training of students, researchers and clinicians in the use and application of these methods.