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A team of Oxford scientists have written the first three books in a new series of Oxford Neuroimaging Primers, published by Oxford University Press and edited by Mark Jenkinson and Michael Chappell.

Janine Bijsterbosch, Mark Jenkinson and Mark Chappell at FMRIB

These jargon-free accessible textbooks are intended for people who are new to the field of neuroimaging, whether they are undergraduate or graduate students or more senior academics from other fields. 

The first three titles are:

  • Introduction to Neuroimaging Analysis (Mark Jenkinson and Michael Chappell)
  • Introduction to Perfusion Quantification using Arterial Spin Labelling (Michael Chappell and Thomas Okell)
  • Introduction to Resting State fMRI Functional Connectivity (Janine Bijsterbosch, Stephen Smith and Christian Beckmann)

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