Amano et al., Journal of Neurophysiology, 2009

Research scope

  We study the neural mechanisms underlying visual perception and multisensory integration with combining psychophysics and non-invasive brain imaging (fMRI and MEG). Specifically, we are interested in developing and applying new techniques such as neurofeedback and electric current stimulation, to understand the neural causes of sensory perception.

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2018.11.14new commer
A paper by Oishi et al. was published online in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
2018.05.02cup
2018.05.05
Koizumi, Amano et al. received a poster award in the annual meeting of Social & Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS).
2018.04.20new commer
Prof. Jun Rekimoto gave a CiNet Monthly Seminar talk entitled "IoA: Internet of Abilities and the future of Human Augmentation".
2018.04.11new commer
Prof. Daniel Margulies gave a CiNet Monthly Seminar talk entitled "Topographic principles of macroscale cortical connectivity".
2018.04.01new commer
Koizumi was awarded by Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B).
2018.03.12new commer
A paper by Kupers et al. was published in PLOS ONE.
2018.03.08new commer
Dr. Radoslaw Martin Cichy gave a CiNet Monthly Seminar talk entitled "Dynamics of visual cognition: A spatio-temporally resolved and algorithmically explicit account".
2018.02.26new
2018.02.28
Dr. Amano hosted The 4th CiNet Conference <Neural oscillation and functional connectivity: from anatomy to perception>. Amano, Koizumi and Takemura gave a talk presentation. Yuasa gave a poster presentation.
2018.02.22new commer
Takemura received “Outstanding Abstract Award” for his presentation at the 2nd Annual Meeting of ISMRM Japanese Chapter.
2017.10.31cup
Dr. Amano received the RIEC award from Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University.
2017.09.04cup
Diffusion MRI study on human parietal white matter tract (Uesaki, Takemura & Ashida) is published in Brain Structure and Function.
2017.06.13
A paper by Minami and Amano was accepted for publication in Current Biology. We showed that alpha oscillations determine the timing of visual processing by developing a technique to manipulate the frequency of alpha oscillations.
2017.04.26cup
Hiromasa Takemura received Magna Cum Laude Merit Award for his presentation at the 25th Annual Meeting of International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM).
2017.03.23
Diffusion MRI study on visual white matter tracts in human and macaque (Takemura et al.) was published in Cerebral Cortex.
2017.03.13
A paper by Cortese et al. was published in NeuroImage.
2017.02.16cup
Fujita was awarded by 2016 Elsevier/Vision Research Travel Award (VSS Student Travel Award). Among over 200 applicants, his study was judged to be one of the top 20 student research projects.
2016.12.16
A paper by Cortese et al. was published in Nature Communications. This paper was covered by a various media including THE NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN, The Kyoto Shimbun, EurekAlert!, Medical Xpress, International Business Times (UK), iNews (UK), HealthCanal.com, Sciencemag.com, MyScience.org, NeuroscienceNews.com
2016.11.22
A paper by Koizumi, Amano, et al. was published online in Nature Human Behaviour, along with a commentary article. This paper was covered by a various media including The Asahi Shimbun, NHK, THE NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN, Mynavi News, The Guardian, EurekAlert!, Medical Xpress, Yahoo! News, Spektrum, New Scientist, Wired.co.uk, Deutsches Ärzteblatt.
2016.08.02
A paper by Amano et al. showing the neural correlates of time marker for the perception of event timing was published in eNeuro.
2016.07.25
A paper by Amano et al. was introduced in Dispatch of Current Biology.
2016.07.01
A paper by Amano et al. was published in Current Biology. The study was covered by several newspapers and medias.
-ScienceDaily, EurekAlert!, STAT news, Medical Xpress, The Asahi Shimbun, THE NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN-.
2016.06.20
A paper by Koizumi was accepted in Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN).