Evan Gordon

Assistant Professor of Radiology

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    Dr. Gordon’s research focuses on the noninvasive identification and characterization of functional brain units within individual human brains. This work aims to develop techniques that can precisely describe the detailed organization of the individual human brain, to understand how individuals can vary from each other in their brain organization, and to understand how that variable organization is related to motor, sensory, and cognitive function. This research is conducted using a variety of neuroimaging techniques, including structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), as well as diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). The ultimate goal of Dr. Gordon’s work is to use these precise, individual-specific characterizations to 1) help improve diagnostic and prognostic accuracy of neurological disorders, particularly traumatic brain injury; and 2) improve the efficacy of brain stimulation-based interventions such as deep brain stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation.


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