Ph.D., 1994, West Virginia University
Associate Professor, Dept. of Radiology/College of Human Medicine
Over the past several years my human brain-related magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) research activities mainly focused on three areas: (1) the applications of the functional MRI (fMRI) technique in the basic neurosciences as well as clinical applications of the human brain such as visual masking, visual stress, migraine, and their prevention with precision spectral filters; (2) the development of novel fMRI techniques for the investigation of cognitive functions of the human brain such as language processing; and (3) the development of water molecule diffusion-related novel MRI technique to simultaneously probe brain white matter structure and interface, aiming to improve white matter fiber tracking.
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