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1975 …2024

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The focus of Dr. Yablonskiy’s research is in developing new quantitative MRI-based methods for in vivo studying of humans and animals in health and disease. Recent work is focused on applying these MRI techniques to link brain genetic and cellular microstructure with brain functioning. We study patients with Alzheimer disease, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury and different psychiatric diseases.

For Alzheimer disease (AD), our methods allow in vivo identification of AD-related tissue cellular damage at the preclinical stage of AD, thus providing a new biomarker for screening population for early detection of AD pathology and in clinical drug trials. In multiple sclerosis (MS) our methods allow identification not only MS lesions, but also brain tissue damage in normal appearing gray matter and white matter that is not visible with standard clinical MRI

Clinical interests

Alzheimer disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Diseases of Central Nervous System

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