|Principal Investigator:||Ghassan Hamarneh|
|Students:||Brian G. Booth
|Colin J. Brown|
Advances in diffusion magnetic resonance (dMR) technology allow for white matter development and injury to be studied safely in critically ill newborns. In particular, voxel-based morphometry, tractography, and connectome mapping, can be used to quantify brain microstructure, connectivity and network properties. Using state-of-the-art dMR analysis techniques, we study brain connectivity development and injury in vulnerable populations of newborns.
Our work in brain connectivity development can be found in these publications.
- Dr. Steven P. Miller (Neurology, Toronto Sick Kids Hospital)
- Dr. Ken Poskitt (Pediatric Neuroradiology, BC Children’s Hospital)
This project is made possible with the help of NeuroDevNet.