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    Research interests

    Dr. Glasser’s research focuses on developing new brain imaging preprocessing and analysis methods and applying them to solve important neuroanatomical problems. Together these contributions comprise the core of the Human Connectome Project’s approach to brain imaging acquisition, analysis, and data sharing, and they enabled the generation of a new multi-modal map of the human cerebral cortex.  Current work focuses on developing and validating multi-modal non-invasive MRI-based imaging data phenotypes, including architectural measures such as myelination, functional measures such as fMRI activation, structural and functional connectivity, and perfusion measures from arterial spin labeling to study brain aging in healthy adults using a longitudinal design. Other work explores individual variability in human brain areas in an effort to better understand inter-individual differences. My long-term research focus is to bring connectome-style methods to bear on clinical problems while continuing to address outstanding methodological and neuroanatomical issues in brain imaging. As a neuroradiologist, I see my primary role as providing imaging expertise to other clinicians to help them address clinical problems and to maximize their chance for success by using the best brain imaging methods available.

    Clinical interests

    Neuroradiology, Advanced Imaging

    Available to Mentor:

    • Undergraduate Students
    • Post-Baccalaureate Students
    • PhD/MSTP Students
    • Health Professions Students
    • Postdocs
    • Residents and Fellows


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