I use advanced analytical tools from theoretical physics, including a variety of MRI modalities below the nominal imaging resolution, to quantify and interpret cellular-level tissue structure and its changes in disease.
I focus on MRI measurements of diffusion, transverse relaxation, and perfusion in order to quantify cell and tissue properties, such as cell structure and size, membrane permeability, and accumulated iron, and to identify quantitative disease biomarkers in neurodegenerative diseases, tumors, and myopathies.
Associate Professor, Department of Radiology
PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ranking resting-state functional connectivity deficits in schizophrenia using enigma rsfMRI and DTI approaches [Meeting Abstract]
Biological psychiatry. 2018 May; Conference:(73rd):S436
Journal of neurotrauma. 2018 Apr 15; 35(8):1015-1020
Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2018 Mar 25;
Neuroimage. 2018 Mar 12; 174:518-538
Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2018 Mar 1; 79(6):3172-3193
Scientific reports. 2018 Feb 16; 8(1):3175-3175
Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. 2018; 23:307-318
Journal of neuroscience methods. 2017 Dec 24; 296:99-108