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Create a 3D model of your brain scan. Contribute to consciousness and mental health research.

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See inside your own brain

Participate in neuroscience and mental health research

Learn about your mind and body


Welcome! We are a group of Columbia University neuroscientists passionate about accelerating scientific research and helping everyone learn from psychology and neuroscience discoveries. We want to help you to use science to improve your life and give you opportunities to contribute to research. Our flagship service, now in development, is a tool to help you upload a brain scan and get a beautiful, interactive, 3D visualization of your own brain. If you don’t have a brain scan, we’ll help you look for a research study you can participate in to get one for free. Below you can leave your email for an update on when we're ready to release our brain visualization tool. But that's not all! We have a lot of ideas about where to go from here, and we want to know what’s important to you, so we’re opening the floor. Tell us what you think we should work on next, and if you like, sign up to get updates on our projects.

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Spiro Pantazatos Presents 'My Brain and Me' at the 2019 NYC Media Lab Combine

In April, Spiro Pantazatos, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology in Psychiatry, presented his lab’s project, My Brain and Me, at the 2019 NYC Media Lab Combine (Demo Day). We spoke with Pantazatos about how he found his way to Columbia Psychiatry, his My Brain and Me project, and his experience at the NYC Media Lab Combine.

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My Brain and Me

We want to help you see yourself like never before, and in the process, move scientific research forward, enabling discovery that will ease the burden of physical and mental illness.

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Team

Spiro Pantazatos, PhD

Founder and Team Lead
Neuroinformatics

Mike Schmidt, PhD

Computational Neuroanatomy

Designer

Barsha Maharjan, MFA

UI/UX Design and Development

Research contributors and partners

Jeffrey Miller, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University Department of Psychiatry

Chris Stanley

Chief Security Information Officer, NYS Office of Information Technology

Chen Pizanti

MSc student in Neuropsychology at Maastricht University, the Netherlands

Stephanie Sukhraj

Student at Herricks High School, Roslyn Heights, New York, USA

Helané Wahbeh

Director of Research, Institute of Noetic Sciences

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