Medical School
Twin Cities
Project Title: 
Longitudinal Neuroimaging of Military Stressors

As part of a larger program of funded research focusing on the integration of neuroimaging and clinical measures of military stressors (e.g., head injury, combat exposure), these researchers collect and process over 150 sets of MRI data per year. These data are collected at the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research and reflect state-of-the-art imaging technology in terms of quality and resolution. Images are processed through a variety of pipelines, and resultant images are analyzed in conjunction with measures from clinical interviews, cognitive testing, and self-report surveys to determine how the brain and behavior change over time with respect to stressful events.

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