We have expertise in quantitative morphometric, diffusion-based and functional MRI applications to study the human brain using cutting-edge analysis techniques.
Of special interest to the lab is epilepsy and movement disorders. We also work in collaboration with other groups to further understand abnormal brain structure and function in neurodegenerative diseases, brain infections and other neurological disorders. We are also working to understand structure-function relationships in the healthy human brain.
We seek to understand aberrant brain mechanisms in neurological disorders, help improve imaging diagnostic accuracy and identify reliable imaging prognostic markers of medical and neurosurgical treatment.
We use state-of-the-art neuroimaging methods to help improve diagnosis and predict prognosis in clinical populations.Professor Simon Keller
The Siemens Magnetom Prisma MRI system at LiMRIC used in some of our research.