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Dr Colline Poirier
Beyond MRI: on the scientific value of combining non-human primate neuroimaging with metadata2021
Dr Colline Poirier
International primate neuroscience research regulation, public engagement and transparency opportunities2021
Dr Colline Poirier
The role of MRI in applying the 3Rs to non-human primate neuroscience2021
Dr Colline Poirier
Using non-invasive neuroimaging to enhance the care, well-being and experimental outcomes of laboratory non-human primates (monkeys)2021
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Colline Poirier
Can biomarkers of biological age be used to assess cumulative lifetime experience?2019
Dr Colline Poirier
Caitlin Oliver
Janire Castellano Bueno
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Melissa Bateson
et al.
Pacing behaviour in laboratory macaques is an unreliable indicator of acute stress2019
Dr Colline Poirier
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Fabio Gualtieri
Elena Armstrong
Grace Laws
et al.
Validation of hippocampal biomarkers of cumulative affective experience2019
Dr Fabien Balezeau
Professor Tim Griffiths
Jennifer Nacef
Michael Ortiz Rios
Professor Christopher Petkov
et al.
An Open Resource for Non-human Primate Imaging2018
Dr Colline Poirier
Dr Simon Baumann
Dr Pradeep Dheerendra
Dr Olivier Joly
Dr David Hunter
et al.
Auditory motion-specific mechanisms in the primate brain2017
Dr Colline Poirier
Professor Melissa Bateson
Pacing stereotypies in laboratory rhesus macaques: Implications for animal welfare and the validity of neuroscientific findings2017
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