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  • Matthew Schroeder awarded Ph. D. in Neuroscience: Matthew P Schroeder successfully defended his thesis work on May 18th, 2015 entitled "Utilizing Rabbits for MRI Studies: Contrast-enhanced Imaging, Intrinsic Connectivity Networks, and Optimal Pretrial Brain States". His co-advisors are John F. Disterhoft and Lei Wang.... >>
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    NIACAL Projects

  • Neural Capacity as Predictors of Cognition in Extreme Survivors of Glioblastoma Multiforme (PI: Lei Wang, PhD and Kristin Swanson, PhD): This project is a collaboration between the laboratories of Professor Lei Wang (Neuroimaging and Applied Computational Anatomy Lab) and Professor Kristin Swanson (Mathematical Neuro-Oncology Lab). ...... >>
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    Recent Publications

  • Aberrant resting-state functional connectivity in a genetic rat model of depression.
    Williams, K.A., Mehta, N.S., Redei, E.E., Wang, L., Procissi, D
    Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2014; online: online
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    Recent Presentations

  • Preliminary Analysis of Contralesional Hemisphere Hippocampal Volume and Cortical Thickness as a Predictor for Survival in a subset of Glioblastoma Multiforme Patients
    de los Angeles, CP, Alpert, KI, Jacobs, J, Rademaker, AW, Raizer, JJ, Swanson, KR, Wang, L Cognitive Neuroscience Society (San Francisco, CA -- March 2015)
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    Associated project: Neural Capacity as Predictors of Cognition in Extreme Survivors of Glioblastoma Multiforme
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    our mission

    Our lab's research is focused on the development of multidimensional and multimodal neuroimaging biomarkers using the tools of computational anatomy. Working with collaborators from engineering, mathematics, psychology and clinical specialties, we focus on the following major areas: automated pipelines for mapping of brain structures using MRI, development of complex neuroimaging biomarkers, clinical applications in dementia, psychosis, mood disorders and genetics, neuroinformatics, and neuroimaging of animal models.