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NIACAL News

  • Alexandra Apple awarded funding to attend fMRI Training Course at University of Michigan: Alexandra accepted into the NIH-funded University of Michigan fMRI training course directed by John Jonides, PhD. The training program will span two weeks from August 4th-15th 2014, and include topics on MR physics, study design, fMR signal processing, and network analysis.... >>
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    NIACAL Projects

  • SchizConnect: Large-Scale Schizophrenia Neuroimaging Data Mediation & Federation (PI: Lei Wang (Contact, NU), Jose Luis Ambite (USC), Steven Potkin (UCI), Jessica Turner (MRN), David Keator (UCI)): Large-scale data sharing and integration is needed to further the state-of-the-art schizophrenia research, but is presently not possible due to practical limitations in the way in which data are be...... >>
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    Recent Publications

  • Aberrant resting-state functional connectivity in a genetic rat model of depression.
    Williams, K.A., Mehta, N.S., Redei, E.E., Wang, L., Procissi, D
    Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2014; online: online
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    Recent Presentations

  • Relationship Between Cortical Thinning And Cortical FDG Hypometabolism In Individuals with Progressive MCI and AD
    Wang, L., Alpert, K., Tosun, D., Wu, M., Beg, M. F., Weiner, M. W., and Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative Alzheimer Association International Conference (Boston -- July 2013)
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    our mission

    Our lab's research is focused on the development of multidimensional and multimodal neuroimaging biomarkers using the tools of computational anatomy. Working with collaborators from engineering, mathematics, psychology and clinical specialties, we focus on the following major areas: automated pipelines for mapping of brain structures using MRI, development of complex neuroimaging biomarkers, clinical applications in dementia, psychosis, mood disorders and genetics, neuroinformatics, and neuroimaging of animal models.