Translational Neuroimaging (Core C)
The Translational Neuroimaging Core assists investigators in characterizing brain structure and function in study participants. The Core enables researchers to examine behavioral and neurological aspects of such complex disorders as autism, learning and communication disorders, and intellectual and developmental disabilities syndromes. Core objectives are to assist investigators in:
- design of experiments, including selecting appropriate functional MRI tasks and other modalities of MR imaging or EEG/ERP/eye tracking acquisition parameters
- implementation of MR imaging and psychophysiological data collections with special populations (individuals with various developmental disabilities, especially children and infants), and
- management and analysis of MR and EEG/ERP/eye tracking data.
Magnetic Resonance (MR) Neuroimaging
Includes but is not limited to functional MRI, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), structural (volumetric) analyses (sMRI), and implementation of newer technologies, e.g., chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST)
Includes but is not limited to electroencephalogram (EEG), event-related potentials (ERP), and eye tracking.
If you make use of these services or facilities, please acknowledge this support in publications, as required by the EKS NICHD.
Sample: "Research supported in this publication was supported by the EKS NICHD of the NIH under Award #U54HD083211. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH."
Mark Wallace, Ph.D., Principal Investigator