Welcome to the Cognitive Neuroanatomy Lab (CNL) at UC Berkeley. The over-arching goal of our research works toward building mechanistic models explaining how brain structure and function contribute to measurable behaviors. We implement a multi-modal approach of anatomical measurements in living and post-mortem individuals across spatial scales to compare to functional measurements in humans (typically high-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging). Previously, we have focused on high-level visual cortex (specifically the fusiform gyrus) and face perception as a model structure and a model behavior. Presently, we have implemented our approach to additional brain structures and behaviors, as well as have incorporated new methods (see Publications). We have also begun to lay a foundation for translational applications of our neuroimaging techniques in patient populations. Additionally, we are interested in data sharing, open science, science communication, comparative neuroanatomy across species, and the history of neuroscience.