Overview of Interests
Adam Anderson's research interests include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain, including functional MRI and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). As the Center's Faculty Liaison for Human Neuroimaging Services, Anderson brings rich experience in structural and functional braing imaging. His particular expertise is in using structural and functional MRI to examine brain changes that accompany typical and atypical development. He is directing Vanderbilt Imaging Institute initiatives in neurodevelopmental imaging. He assists Center investigators in design and methodological approaches in children with learning disorders and neurogenetic syndromes.
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