University of Hawaii Neuroscience and MRI Research Program

Research Team

Postdoctoral Researchers

Tamara Andres, M.D.

Dr. Andres is working with Dr. Linda Chang. She is currently providing clinical research support for several Clinical Neuroimaging studies and NIDA funded Clinical Trials.

Email:  andreis -AT- hawaii -DOT- edu
Michael Herbst, Ph.D.

Dr. Herbst is currently working with Dr. Thomas Ernst on real time motion correction algorithms in MR scanner.

Email:  andreis -AT- hawaii -DOT- edu
Nataliya Holmes, M.D.

Dr. Holmes is working with Dr. Linda Chang and Dr. Dan Alicata. She is currently providing clinical research support for several Clinical Neuroimaging studies. She will also participate in a NIDA funded Clinical Trial to study medication for the treatment of methamphetamine dependence.

Email:
 benjamin-DOT-zahneisen -AT- gmail -DOT- com
Aditya Singh, Ph.D.

Dr. Singh received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is working with Dr. Thomas Ernst on real time motion correction algorithms in MR scanner using Moire Phase Tracking system. His research interests include bio-medical electronics and systems, wireless bio-sensing, sensors and RF and microwave systems.

Email: singha -AT- hawaii -DOT- edu
  Benjamin Zahneisen, Ph.D.

Dr. Zahneisen is a Physicist working with Dr. Thomas Ernst. His current research focuses on the development of optical motion tracking techniques for MRI.  He also works on the development of ultrafast fMRI sequences (MR-Encephalography) using tailored k-space trajectories (concentric shells, 3D rosette).

 Email: singha -AT- hawaii -DOT- edu







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