Neural Networks in Brain Disorders
These researchers use fMRI and other MR imaging modalities to examine brain stucture, connections, and function in brain disorders. They use this information to measure neural networks in different brain disorders such as depression, addiction, schizophrenia, and epilepsy. In addition, they are interested in how interventions such as medication, transcranial stimulation, and transcranial direct current) stimulation alter neural networks. In a new project, the group will be studying what are the brain signals that can predict relapse to drug abuse. MSI resources are used in all these projects to analyze the collected neuroimaging data.
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