Currently, most research on neuro(muscular) diseases focuses on the fundamental understanding of the brain. This field of research will continue to advance rapidly as a result of improving capabilities of neuroimaging methods and techniques. The extensive data provided by improved medical imaging expands the knowledge of the function and organization of the human brain. Moreover, neurosciences will benefit considerably from the combination of imaging techniques to provide novel insights, including the combination of "pure" medical imaging techniques (fMRI, PET, CT, TMS, DTI) and biosignal acquisition (EEG, MEG). By visualizing neural networks, the diagnostic accuracy in epilepsy will be improved (VEN). In the coming years, target areas for neurostimulation to treat tinnitus, by using fMRI and fiber tracking, will be determined (TINT).
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