Focus of Work
Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging strategies for in vivo measurement of the brain to investigate effects of aging and of viruses, particularly HIV infection. Brain network analysis to investigate effects of aging and for early detection of neural injury. Collaborative projects involve applications of 4D flow imaging to investigate alterations in cerebral blood flow and relation to brain status.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)Quantitative MRIStructural and Functional NeuroimagingNetwork ScienceBrain and Nervous SystemCognitive NeuroscienceNeurologic Complications of AIDSAcute HIV InfectionNeuroinflammationAgingCardiovascular Imaging
Education and Certification
- PhD: Northwestern University (1987)
- Postdoctoral Fellowship: University of Chicago, Quantitive Methods (1989)
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